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ELECTRONIC AND AVIONICS SYSTEMS

MAINTENANCE MANUAL

BENDIX/KING®
KLN 90A
GPSRNAV

MANUAL NUMBER 006-15.501-0000


REVISION 0, DECEMBER 1993
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Paragraph/Title PAGE
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION................................................ 1
TESTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................. 101
AUTOMATIC TEST REQUIREMENTS.............................................. 201
DISASSEMBLY.............................................................. 301
CLEANING ................................................................. 401
CHECK.................................................................... 501
REPAIR................................................................... 601
ASSEMBLY. . . . . . . • . . . . . . . • . • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 701
SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, AND EQUIPMENT ................................... 901
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST •...•.............................................. 1001
KUTIL90A I KCA 167A NONVOLATILE MEMORY OFFLOADER ................... APP167A- 1

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INTRODUCTION
The instructions in this manual provide the information necessary to perform
maintenance functions ranging from simple checks and replacement to complete
shop repair.
The manual is divided into separate sections:
1. Title 5. Introduction
2. Record of Revisions 6. Description and Operation
3. List of Effective Pages 7. Test and Repair Procedures
4. Table of Contents 8. IPL Section
Refer to the Table of Contents for the page location of applicable sections.
An asterisked flagnote *[] in place of the page number indicates that no
special instructions are provided for functions performed by standard industry
practices.
An explanation of the Illustrated Parts List is provided in the Introduction
to that section.
All weights and measurements in the manual are in English units, unless
otherwise stated.
The manual will be revised as necessary to reflect current information.

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION


1. General
This section contains information relative to maintenance or repair
procedures of AlliedSignal's BENDIX/KING KLN 90A Global Positioning System
{GPS) RNAV Receiver, hereafter referred to as the KLN 90A, the global
positioning system (GPS), or by its full nomenclature. The KLN 90A Global
Positioning System is shown in figure 1.
A. Purpose of Equipment
The purpose of the GPS-based RNAV receiver is to provide the pilot
with the aircraft's present position and guidance information. The
present position information is processed by the KLN 90A to determine
crosstrack error, distance-to-waypoint, ground speed, track angle,
time to waypoint, bearing to waypoint and advisory VNAV guidance.
An internal data base provides the KLN 90A with information concerning
airport, VORs, NDBs, intersections, and outer markers throughout the
world. Waypoints are stored in the data base by their ICAO
identifiers. The ICAO identifiers are, in most cases, taken directly
from Jeppesen Sanderson or government aeronautical charts. This data
base allows the pilot to create flight plans with a minimum of effort.
The data base is contained in a removable data base cartridge.
B. Equipment Part Numbers
AlliedSignal part numbers assigned to the various configurations of
the KLN 90A GPS are given in figure 3.
C. Related Publications
Figure 2 lists related publications for the KLN 90A GPS Unit.

AlliedSignal AlA
PUBLICATION IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER NUMBER
KLN 90A GPS RNAV 006-10501-0000 N.A.
System Maintenance Manual

List of Related Publications


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1.
D. ESDS Devices
CAUTION: THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE
SENSITIVE (ESDS) DEVICES. ALL MODULES CONTAINING ESDS
DEVICES ARE FLAGGED OR IDENTIFIED ON SCHEMATICS AND
ASSEMBLY ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ARE INDIVIDUALLY IDENTIFIED
IN THE PARTS LIST. ALL ESDS DEVICES, INCLUDING UNIT
MODULES AND INDIVIDUAL ESDS DEVICES, MUST BE HANDLED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH SPECIAL ESDS HANDLING PROCEDURES
OUTLINED IN THE REPAIR SECTION OF THIS MANUAL. FAILURE
TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ESDS DEVICES. THIS
DAMAGE TYPICALLY RESULTS IN DEGRADED PERFORMANCE OR
PREMATURE FAILURE, NOT IN CATASTROPHIC FAILURE AT THE
TIME EXPERIENCED.
ESDS DEVICES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, C-MOS,
J-MOS, PMOS, NMOS, SOCMOS, HMOS, MOS/FET, MICROWAVE
MIXER DIODES, SOME BIPOLAR DEVICES, AND SOME METAL FILM
RESISTORS.
2. Configurations Available
Figure 3 lists the available configurations of the KLN 90A and the
features of each configuration.

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066-04031-0411 - X - X

KLN 90A Configurations Available


Figure 3

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3. Leading Particulars
A. KLN 90A GPS RNAV Receiver
Figure 4 lists the leading particulars of the KLN 90A RNAV Receiver
Unit.

CHARACTERISTIC DESCRIPTION
Power 11 to 33 Vdc at 2.5a max. (-20°C to +70°C)
Requirements 12 to 33 Vdc at 2.5a max. (-40°C to +70°C)
Mounting Panel
Dimensions See figure 106
Weight See figure 106
Altitude Range Up to 50,000 feet
Temperature Range -4ooc to +70oc
Display and 28 Vdc at 286 rnA max. 5 Vdc at 1.0A max.
-_) Panel lighting 14 Vdc at 572 rnA max. ' 5 Vdc at 1.0A max.
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Environmental
Certification See figure 5

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3.
B. Environmental Certification
The KLN 90A GPS RNAV receiver meets the environmental conditions of
the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA) document number
D0-160C, "Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airline
Electronic/Electrical Equipment and Instruments". Environmental
certification categories are detailed in figure 5.

VIBRATION - - - - - - - - - - - . - - , ,...-------MAGNETIC EFFECT


HUMIDITY r------- POWER INPUT
TEMPERATURE-----------, r------- VOLTAGE
VARIATION SPIKES
TEMPERATURE AUDIO FREQUENCY
AND ALTITUDE CONDUCTED SUSCEPTIBILITY
INDUCED SIGNAL
SUSCEPTIBILITY
KLN 90A GPS Receiver A2DlV B A BPS X X X X X X A B AB BZ A U A K lB X

LL ICING
LIGHTNING
EXPLOSION PROOFNESS ___________] DIRECT EFFECTS
(UNDER DEVELOPMENT)
WATERPROOFNESS - - - - - - - - '
LIGHTING
FLUIDS SUSCEPTIBILITY - - - - - - ' INDUCED
TRANSIENT
SAND AND DUST - - - - - - - - - ' SUSCEPTIBILITY
EMISSION OF RADIO
FUNGUS RESISTANCE - - - - - - - - - ' FREQUENCY ENERGY
SALT SPRAY - - - - - - - - - - - - ' RADIO FREQUENCY
SUSCEPTIBILITY
(RADIATED AND CONDUCTED)

* Lightning Direct Effects - Category 23, Not Applicable


When applicable, the software criticality category for certification will be "Essential"; Level 2 as
defined in document RTCA/D0-178A.

D0-1608/C Environmental Certification Categories


Figure 5

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4. Brief Description of Equipment


A. Electrical Description
A basic KLN 90A system consists of a panel mounted KLN 90A GPS
Sensor/Navigation Computer, a data base cartridge, and a KA 91
antenna. Additional system components may be added or interfaced to
the KLN 90A which increase its features and capabilities. Some of
these optional components include an external Course Deviation
Indicator (CDI) or HSI, RMI, and external annunciators.
The front panel module houses the KLN 90A's pilot interface. The
module contains the circuitry to support both sets of INC/DEC knobs
(outer and inner), seven buttons (L CURSOR, R CURSOR, CLR, ENT, D->,
MSG, All), the PULL-SCAN switch (right inner knob), and the ON/OFF
BRT knob. Also, seven panel light bulbs are included. The light
bulbs are powered and controlled by the aircraft's lighting bus.
B. Mechanical Description
The KLN 90A GPS receiver is panel mounted and consists of the front
panel and chassis assemblies; the power supply, GPS receiver and main
module assemblies; and CRT yoke option. The data base cartridge for
the KLN 90A contains a data module and a Data I/0 module. The
KLN 90A is available with bezels in gray or black.
The nomenclature and designator number series for assemblies of the
KLN 90A are listed in figure 6. Locations of these assemblies are
shown in Figure 7.

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4. B.

AlliedSignal REFERENCE
PC MODULE OR ASSEMBLY PART NUMBER SERIES CONNECTORS
Chassis Assembly 200-05193-0000 N/A N/A
Front Panel Assembly 200-05195-001X N/A N/A
Power Supply Module 200-08569-0000 100 Jl01
Front Panel Module 200-08457-00XX 200 N/A
GPS Receiver Module 200-08460-0000 500 J501' J502
Main Module 200-08459-000X 1000 Jl002,Jl003,J1004
Jl006,Jl009,Jl011
Jl015,Jl901
CRT 021-00120-0001 N/A N/A
PC Module and Assembly Designations
Figure 6

The following prefixes are used in identifying a component:


C................... Capacitor
CJ .................. Circuit Jumper
CR .................. Diode
DS .................. Bulb
E................... Voltage or Signal Connecting Point
F................... Fuse
! ................... Integrated Circuit
J ................... Jack
L................... Inductor
P................... Pl ug
Q••••••••••••••••••• Transistor
R................... Resistor
T................... Transformer
TP .................. Test Point
U................... Modu 1e
Y................... Crysta 1
Examples of this identification system are as follows:
R1004 ............... Resistor on main module.
T101-4 .............. Pin 4 of power transformer.
Jl002-5 ............. Pin 5 of the card connector.
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4. B.

COVER <BOTTOM)

DATABASE RACK <FOR DATABASE CARTRIDGE)

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MOUNTING RACK

CRT ASSEMBLY

GPS RECEIVER BOARD

COVER <TOP>

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Figure 7
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5. Theory of Operation
A. Block Diagram Theory
(1) General
Figure 8 is a simplified block diagram of the KLN 90A GPS
rece1ver. Figure 9 is a block diagram of the host computer and
figure 10 is a block diagram of the display drivers. Refer to
these figures as an aid to the block diagram theory explained as
follows.
(2) Operation of the Low Voltage Power Supply
The LVPS uses a flyback converter circuit to transform the
aircraft power bus voltage (11 - 33 volts) into the required
voltages for the KLN 90A's internal circuitry. The power supply
incorporates overvoltage and short circuit protection to
minimize the possibility of damage occurring in the power supply
or other circuitry, resulting from abnormal circuit behavior
within the KLN 90A. The power supply is also protected by a
fuse on the main module.
(3) Operation of the Front Panel Module (Controls)
The front panel module houses the KLN 90's pilot interface. The
module contains the circuitry to support both sets of INC/DEC
knobs (outer and inner), seven buttons (L Cursor, R CURSOR, CLR,
ENT, 0->, MSG, and ALT), the PULL-SCAN switch (right inner
knob), and the ON/OFF BRT knob. Also, seven panel light bulbs
are included. The light bulbs are powered and controlled by the
aircraft's lighting bus.
(4) Operation of the GPS Receiver Module
The GPS receiver module, operating in conjunction with the KA 91
(071-01545-0200) antenna provides the host computer (located on
the main module) with position, velocity, and time information
through the RS 232 interface module. The Host computer provides
control information to the GPS Receiver through the RS 232
interface module.
The GPS receiver module P/N 200-08460-0000 is not a
field serviceable assembly.

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5. A.
(5) Operation of the main module
The main module integrates a variety of functions onto a single
module. The KLN 90A has three microprocessors; two reside on
the GPS receiver module and the other, the host computer,
resides on the main module. The host computer controls all RNAV
functions associated with the KLN 90A. In addition, it controls
ARINC 429 and RS 232 communications, CDI activity, data base
communications, RTC (real time clock) activity, the CRT video
bit map. Most of the analog circuitry on the main module
supports the CRT display. The Analog circuitry includes a CRT
controller, deflection amplifiers, video driver, and high
voltage power supply.
(6) Operation of the Host Computer
The host computer is responsible for displaying present
position, defining flight path, navigation data, providing trip
planning, providing calculator functions and providing user
interface. It uses a Intel 80C186 operating at 10 MHz. The 10
MHz clock, driving the Microprocessor, is divided down to 2 MHz
to drive the video timing circuit and 429 LSI.
_-) Three types of memory devices are used: Erasable-Programmable-
Read-Only-Memory (EPROM), Static-Read-Write-Memory (SRAM) and
Electrically-Erasable-Programmable-Read-Only Memory (EEPROM).
The KLN 90A Host computer has 512 Kbytes of EPROM memory. The
KLN 90A has 64 Kbytes of volatile Ram and 64 Kbytes of non-
volatile RAM and 8 Kbytes of video RAM.
(7) Operation of the RS 232 1/0
The host computer communicates with the GPS sensor, fuel flow
sensor, and ELT through the RS 232 communication
controllers,(CMOS Dual channel UART). Channel A is used for the
GPS sensor and channel B is used for fuel sensor/Ell
communication. The host computer communicates with the data
loader or remote RS 232 source through a single channel UART.
(8) Operation of the ARINC 429 1/0
An AlliedSignal proprietary ARINC 429 LSI provides the KLN 90A
with three 429 receivers and one 429 transmitter.

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5. A.
{9) Operation of the Knob Reader
The front panel control knobs are connected to optointerrupters.
When a knob is read by the Host, the driver to that opto-
interrupter is activated and the status of the optointerrupter
is monitored.
{10) Operation of Discrete Inputs
The discrete inputs are described in three sections: Program
Pins inputs, Gray Code Altitude inputs and ALT Alert input.
{a) Program pins
There are four program pin inputs:
TAKE HOME
SOl 1/2
LEFT OFFSET
RIGHT OFFSET
When TAKE HOME pin is shunted to the program
ground, the KLN 90A is forced to ent~r the
TAKE-HOME mode of operation. SDI 1/2 pin
programs the KLN 90A to accept certain types of 429 data.
LEFT OFFSET and RIGHT OFFSET pins
are used during the calibration procedure.
{b) Gray Code altitude inputs
The Gray Code signals, {0-28V), are converted to digital
levels by the interface before being processed by the Host
computer.
{c) ALT ALERT
In addition to providing an output function, the
All ALERT pin is read by the KLN 90A as a discrete
input.

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5. A.
(11) Operation of Discrete Outputs
The discrete outputs are described in three sections:
Annunciator Outputs, ALT ALERT, NAV Outputs, and OBI
Outputs.
(a) Annunciator Outputs/ ALT ALERT
The Host computer determines which of these outputs are to
be active or inactive. A digital data word is placed on
the DATA BUS to be latched by the output latch. Each
output is represented by one bit in the word. The KLN 90A
provides drivers for the following outputs:
All ALERT
SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #1
SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #2
WPT ALERT
MSG.
(b) NAV Outputs
The Host computer synthesizes the discrete NAV outputs. A
digital data word is placed on the DATA BUS to be latched
by the output latches. Each discrete NAV output is
represented by one bit in the word. The KLN 90A provides
discrete drivers for NAV SUPER FLAG, NAV FLAG +, D-BAR
+L/NAV FLAG-, +FROM and +TO outputs.
(c) OBI Outputs
OBI CLOCK, OBI DATA, OBI SYNC signals are synthesized by
the Host computer. A digital data word is placed on the
DATA BUS to be latched by the output latch. The
instantaneous status of each signal is represented by three
bits of the word, one bit for each signal.
(12) Operation of Analog Outputs
(a) All Alert Audio
An audio All Alert signal is generated by gating the 1 KHz
Int signal through the ALT Alert audio driver. The
amplitude of the output signal is controlled the 80C186 CPU
via one of its internal timers.

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5. A. (12)
(b) COl Output
The COl signal is generated by one of the 80C186's internal
timer. The timer varies the duty cycle of its output. The
COl Driver converts the duty cycle of the timer into an
analog signal.
(13) Operation of Display Driver
The Display Driver generates the drive signals required by the
CRT. Control signals and display data are supplied by the Host
Computer. Four sections are used to describe the display
drivers circuitry: CRT Controller, Deflection Circuit, Video
Driver, and HVPS.
(a) CRT Controller
The CRT Controller generates the 6.944 KHz drive signal for
the HVPS, Video drive signal for the Video Driver,
Horizontal and retrace signals for the Deflection Circuit,
Vertical Sync and 1 KHz Interrupt signal for the Host
Computer.
(b) Deflection Circuit
Horiz. RET. and Vert. RET. signals are processed by the
deflections circuit into HORIZ. and VERT. deflection
signals. A video control signal, produced in the
deflection circuit, prevents phosphor burn of the CRT if
the deflection signal is lost.
(c) Video Driver
The digital video signal, OP6 signal, and the video control
signals are processed into a video drive signal for the
CRT. The Video Driver also contains circuitry to generate
the heater voltage for the CRT and a Spot Kill circuit to
protect the CRT phosphor.
(d) HVPS
The HVPS converts the 6.944 KHz driver signal into 9 KVDC,
+570 VDC, +95 VDC and FOCUS control signal.

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5. A.
(14) Operation of Data Base Cartridge
The FLASH data base cartridge (071-01523-hhss) is designed to be
used in conjunction with the KLN 90A GPS based RNAV (066-04031-
0X11). Its function in this application is to store and provide
access to data regarding airports, VOR's, NOB's, intersections,
outer markers, and approaches. The data contained in the data
base can be periodically updated via erasure and re-programming
of the cartridge.
The maximum storage capacity of the cartridge is 3.50 Mbytes. A
memory location within a particular 128K word block can be
addressed by selecting the proper bank (BSO, BS1, BS2),
top/bottom chip select (TCS, BCS), and a 17 bit address. The
dash number scheme denoted by "hhss" defines the
hardware/software configuration for a particular unit. The
following is a description of the meaning of the four digit dash
number, "hhss":
hh -hardware configuration designator
01 reserved
02 reserved
) 03 14 Flash memory chips
ss -software configuration designator
00 unprogrammed (blank) unit
01 reserved
02 programmed unit with specific software flavor
03 programmed unit with specific software flavor
The entire cartridge may be easily erased and reprogrammed
electrically.

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28V LIGHT/LIGHT LOW---~ FRONT LVPS t---- +16V


14V LIGHT/5V LIGHT _ _ _ _, pANEL • +5V

LIGHT L O W - - - - - - 1 LIGHTING :=::=f3~


A/C POWER-----------------------~~----------~

DISCRETE I FLASH I DISCRETE 1 ALT ALERT


SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #_1
~TAKE INPUTS I DATABASE! OUTPUTS
~

HOME SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #2


SDI 1/2 WPT ALERT
PROGRAM LEFT OFFSET
PINS RIGHT OFFSET
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GRAY CODE [ I 1 NAV SUPER FLAG


NAV FLAG +
-----! !
D-BAR +L/NAV FLAG -
HOST +FROM
+TO
COMPUTER
CONTROLS
DISPLA Y 1

DRIVER
GPS OBI DATA OUT
KA 91 DRIVER OBI CLOCK OUT
RECEIVER OBI SYNC OUT

I
RS232 DRIVER D-BAR + R

DLOADER [IN------
OUT - _ _ _ 1/0

[IN r DRIVER AL T ALERT AUDI 0


RS232 OUT

-EFIS 429 RCVR B


I
EFIS 429 RCVR
RADAR GRAPH
A
429 RCVR 8
ARINC :429 TRANSMITTER B
429 INPUTS RADAR GRAPH
AIR DATA 429
429 RCVR A
RCVR B
429 429 TRANSMITTER A
AIR DATA 429 RCVR A !I I
--

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5. A. (14)

~----------------------------------------------------------------------------~~ LATCH
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SoB READER
-
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TO ARINC
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DISCRETE INPUTS
~ ROM RAM RTC
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Il I20,I51 NOTE: ADDRESS DECODING 8x DEVICE SELECTION SCHEMES NOT ILLUSTRATED.

KLN 90A Host Computer Block Diagram


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HVPS
9kV
FOCUS
I 53
Q42)Q43)Q44 +570V
HOST
COMPUTER
Q45;Q46
Tl/T2 +95V
VIDEO
DRIVER
CRT
HEATER-~
OP6 SPOT KILL
VIDEO OUT-~
CRT
CONTROLLER

A1-A12 6,944 kHZ


VIDEO
DEFLECTION
DO-D7 CIRCUIT
!---

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I4 7)I48

I
VERT. RET, 149;150
Q4;Q5;Q6

VERT. SYNC

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5.
B. Detailed Theory
(1) Reference figures for information in the detailed theory section
are in the Illustrated Parts List (IPL) beginning on page 1001.
Refer to the corresponding section of the IPL as needed when
reading the following sections.
(2) Low Voltage Power Supply Module
The KLN 90A power supply is classified as a flyback converter
(or "ringing choke") operating in the discontinuous mode with
current mode control. The power conversion takes place at a
switching frequency of 166 KHz.
Aircraft power is supplied to the module via Jl pins 2 and 4.
Aircraft ground is supplied to the module via Jl pins 7 &9 the
only ground connection to the power supply module. The mounting
holes on the module are plated, but are not connected to the
module's ground node. This prevents the KLN 90A chassis from
conducting the power supply ground return current, and maximizes
the effectiveness of the input/RFI filter (Cl6, CIS, L3, and
Cl2).
Power is always applied to the power supply module, but ON/OFF
HI must be connected to ON/OFF LO to activate the converter
circuit. This mode of control allows the on/off switch for the
KLN 90A to be rated for a much lower current handling capability
than the amount actually drawn by the power supply.
Resistor RII, diodes CRI, CR2, and transistor Q2 provide a
proper start-up voltage (9-II V) for II over the entire input
voltage range of the supply. Once the supply outputs have
stabilized, the +I6V output takes over as the power source for
II (CR2 becomes reversed biased as CR3 starts to conduct).
Resistor R21, capacitors C18, CR9 and transistor Q8 implement
the "Soft Start .. function of the supply. On turn-on this
circuit forces the duty cycle drive, applied to Ql, to slowly
increase from 0% to its steady state value. If the duty cycle
drive was allowed to instantaneously start at IOO% (continuous
mode) unstable operation could result, since the-control loop is
not compensated for continuous mode operation. The soft start
circuit prevents the control loop from servo-ing the outputs
faster than they can respond at turn-on.

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5. B. (2)
Transistors Q6 and Q7 shut down the power supply when the
connection between ON/OFF HI and ON/OFF is opened. When the
connection is opened, the base of Q6 is immediately pulled to
ground potential by R18. Resistor Rl9 then turns on Q7 thus
pulling PIN 1 of I1 low. Pin 1 of 11 is the open-collector
output of the error amplifier of the power supply regulation
feedback loop. Pulling this line low causes the duty cycle of
Q1 to approach 0%, thus shutting down the converter's outputs.
When the 16V line has dropped below about 7.6V, Il's under-
voltage lockout circuit completely shuts down the converter
circuit.
Resistors R2, R3, capacitors C4, and C5 set the switching
frequency produced by 11 to 166.66 KHz. Integrated circuit 11
is a current mode controlled pulse width modulator IC.
Power MOSFET Ql is operated in the switch mode and controlled by
11. The duty cycle of Q1 is dependent on the level of the 5 V
output. The 5 V output is compared to a known reference voltage
to produce an error signal for a closed feedback control loop.
This control loop varies the duty cycle of Ql, thus modifying
the amount of energy stored in the primary (and transferred to
the secondary) of T1 during each switching period. The duty
cycle of Q1 is varied such that the size of the error signal is
minimized; thus, the converter produces a regulated output.
Changes in output loading will change the level of the +5V
output. The corresponding change in error signal will cause the
converter to alter Q1's duty cycle as required to return the +5V
output to its nominal value and minimize the error signal. Load
effects on the +16V, -13V and -5.5V outputs are reflected into
the +5V output, where the regulation loop samples the output
voltage. Because the regulator feedback is derived directly
from the +5 V, the +5 V output will experience the tightest
regulation. Transformer inefficiencies will limit the amount of
regulation experienced by the other two outputs. The gain
characteristics contributed to the control loop by Il's error
amplifier circuit are set by R1, R4, R5, Rl2, and C2. Resistor
Rl2 is trimmed until +5 V is observed at TP 7.
Diode CR7, BJT Q3, and resistors Rl3, Rl6 act to reduce the
output of 1l's error amplifier, thus reducing the Ql's duty
cycle, if an over voltage condition ever starts to develop on
the +5 V output.
Diode CRB and resistor RIO will reduce Il's error amplifier
output if a short circuit condition is ever observed on the
outputs. This minimizes Ql's duty cycle and prevents the
converter from sustaining damage during the fault.

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5. B. (2)
Capacitors Cl, C7, Cl4, diodes CRlO, CRll, CR12, inductor Ll,
MOSFETs Q4, QS, resistor RlS comprise a unique circuit that
recovers the energy stored in the primary winding leakage
inductance. The recovered energy is fed into the +16V output.
(3) Front Panel Module
Capacitor Cl, diode CRl, transistor Ql, and resistors Rl, and R2
comprise the CRT video intensity control circuit. DIM HI
corresponds to the CRT cathode cutoff voltage, while DIM LO
corresponds to the on-video clamping voltage. Transistor Ql
draws nearly constant current through CRl to provide a constant
DIM LO adjustment range regardless of the level of DIM HI.
The components Ul through US are optointerrupter devices. Each
knob, on the front panel, utilizes two of the devices. The
collectors of Ul, U3, US, and U7 are connected together on the
main module, as are the collectors of U2, U4, U6, and US. These
two nodes represent the knob data lines that are read by the
Host Computer to determine the state of a particular knob.
Resistor R3 through R6 bias the IR LEOs, within each
optointerrupter, when the device has been selected by the Host
) Computer to determine the state of a particular knob.
(4) GPS Receiver Module
This module is not a field serviceable assembly.

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5. B.
(5) Main module
(a) Host Computer
An INTEL 80Cl86 microprocessor, Il, running at 10 MHz is
the central processing unit (CPU) of the host computer. It
is interrupt driven and operates in a real time mode.
l Interrupts
The host computer processes four external interrupts.
Interrupt INTO has the highest priority and serves as
the timebase for the KLN 90A host computer software
task scheduling. The interrupt signal is a 1 KHz
signal output from the video timing circuit.
Interrupt INTI has the second highest priority and is
generated by the ARINC 429 XCVR, I60. Interrupt INT2
has the third highest priority and is generated by
the DUART I42, RS 232 Communication Controller.
Interrupt INT3 is the lowest priority interrupt and is
generated by UART 162, RS 232 Communication
Controller.
Z Reset Circuit
Whenever the voltage at pin 5 of I468 drops below
2.5V, 1468 resets the CPU. This low voltage reset
function also occurs if a ground fault condition exist
via CRl or CR58 on those respective supply rails.
~ Battery Backup Of Memory
The memory is maintained by a remote mounted lithium
battery when the KLN 90A power is off, When the
KLN 90A is on, CR3 is reverse biased by +5 V; Vbatt is
held up by +5 V. When the KLN 90A power is off, CR3
conducts causing Vbatt to be maintained (EO and El
connected to the terminals of the lithium battery
which is remotely mounted). Pin 1 of 146A goes low if
the unloaded battery voltage ever drops below 2.5 V
(Rl4 not used) .
.4. Bus Latches
The address bus is latched via I2, 13, and 14. The
1/0 data bus is latched via Ill, Il2, Il3,and 161.

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5. B. (5) (a) .5. Memory


ROM 117, and 118 comprise the KLN 90A system ROM. RAM
18 and 110 comprise the nonvolatile RAM, while 17 and
19 comprise the volatile ram. The provision exists,
via CJ10, to make 17 and 18 nonvolatile also.
Transistors Q47, Q48, Q49, and QSO perform normal ram
chip select function when the KLN 90A is operating.
When the unit is not operating, the nonvolatile RAM
chip selects are pulled up to Vbatt, invoking stand-by
mode.
EPLD device 116 implements the chip select logic for
the system ROM (117, 118), the data base TOP or BOTTOM
chip pairs. In addition, the device produces two
synchronous versions of the 2 MHz video dot clock
(each 180 degrees out of phase with respect to the
other) and also keys the data base wait state
generator (116) whenever the data base is accessed.
The KLN 90A HOST computer memory organization is shown
in figure 11.

HOST COMPUTER HARDwARE


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Al~ Al8 ALLOCATION CHIP SELECT

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5. B. (5) (a)
.Q DUART
DUART 142 is utilized for RS 232 communications,
EEPROM writing (145), watch dog timer reset actuation
(CR52}, data base bank selection, video blanking and
page selection, (OP6), approach offset mode sensing,
and others.
(b) RS 232 1/0
RS 232 channel A (TxDA and RxDA) communicates with the GPS
receiver module. TxDB becomes RS 232 OUT following level
shifting by 143. RxDB is derived from RS 232 IN via 143.
UART 162 is utilized for RS 232 communications with the
remote data loader.
(c) ARINC 429 Transceiver
The AlliedSignal proprietary ARINC 429 LSI 160 transmits
and receives ARINC 429 data. The output data is converted
from HCT level to ARINC 429 levels by the circuitry
associated with I51. The ARINC 429 inputs are level
shifted to HCT levels by the circuitry associated with Q12
through Q23.
(d) Knob Reader Interface
The front panel knobs are selected and enabled
individually using the circuitry associated with 141, 163,
and Q55 through Q58. A knob is selected and enabled by
performing a port write command to an address designated by
setting one of the address bits (AI through A4) low. The
low address bits corresponds to the knob selected:
AI right inner knob (RIK, RIKEN)
A2 right outer knob (ROK, ROKEN)
A3 left inner knob (LIK, LIKEN)
A4 left outer knob (LOK, LOKEN)
The state of the selected knob is available 1 msec after
the select operation in bits 0 and 1 of input port 1PA
(lAO, IA1).

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5. B. {5)
{e) Discrete Inputs

1 Program pins
There are four program pin inputs:
TAKE HOME
SOl 1/2
LEFT OFFSET
RIGHT OFFSET
These inputs are interfaced to the HOST computer
through DUART 142. Since the four inputs use the same
type of interface only the SDI 1/2 input will be
described.
The SOl 1/2 interface consist of components: CR80,
142, R200, and R203. Resistor R203 is the pull-up
resistor for the SDI 1/2 line. Resistor R200 limits
the current allowed to flow into the DUART 142 input.
Diode CR80 limits the voltage swing at the input of
DUART 142 to a levels between OV and SVDC.
Gray Code Altitude Input Reader
The circuitry associated with Q63 through Q72 converts
the Gray Code Altitude Input signals (OV to 28V) to
proper digital levels for sampling by 139 and 140.
~ All ALERT
The All ALERT output of the KLN 90A is also
utilized as an input to the the KLN 90A. The
interface consists of Cl04, CR53, CR54 and Rl27 which
provide RFI and lighting protection for input .

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5. B. (5)
(f) Discrete Outputs
1 Annunciator Outputs
The following are annunciator outputs:
WPT ALERT
SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #1
SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #2
MSG
All are essentially functionally identical. Only the
operation of SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #1
driver will be discussed.
When OA6 is high (HCMOS), the 165, control loop,
composed of 165, C189, Q29, R261, and R253, is
commanded to produce a current of around 300 rnA in
R261 (Q29). Under conditions of normal loading, Q29
will only experience currents up to 250 rnA. In this
case, the loop cannot force the 300 rnA to flow and the
output of 165C will be driven to the positive rail.
This condition will be detected by I64C, a voltage
comparator, thus producing a high level for IA14. The
signal on IA14 is the over current sense signal for
the SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #1 output.
If the load driven by Q29 attempts to deliver more
that 300 rnA, the control loop will respond by reducing
the amount of gate drive to whatever amount is
required to maintain around 300 rnA in R26. This
condition will also be detected and reflected in IA14
by I64C when the output of 165C falls below +9V. The
threshold voltage of Q29 is typically 3 to 4 volts.
When OA6 is in the low state, the control loop is
commanded to produce zero current in R261. In
addition, Q60 introduces a large positive error into
the feedback loop at the inverting input of 165C to
insure that the amplifier's output remains at zero
volts.

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5. B. (5) (f)
Z NAV Outputs
The discrete NAV outputs interfaces are: +TO, +FROM,
NAV FLAG +, D-BAR + L/NAV FLAG-, and NAV SUPERFLAG.
A NAV FLAG +, D-BAR + L/NAV FLAG-
The interface consist of components CR89, C95,
C207, and R96 and provide a reference node for
the NAV outputs. RFI and lightning protection
are provided by CR89, C95 and C207. The
reference level of the node is established
through R96.
NAV SUPERFLAG
The NAV SUPERFLAG interface consist of components
C45, CR88, CR89, Q32, Q33, R92, R93, R301 R94,
and R95. RFI and lightning protection for the
output line are provide by C45 and CR89.
Resistor R93 provides a load for Q32 when the NAV
SUPERFLAG output is not loaded. Diode CR88, FET
Q33, resistors R95 and R94 form a circuit to bias
Q32 on if FILT. A/C PWR and NAV FLAG is Valid.
FET Q32 acts a switchable current source for the
NAV SUPERFLAG OUTPUT that is controlled by the
output of Q33.
+TO and +FROM outputs
The +FROM interface driver circuit consist of
components C96, CR90, CR92, 120, Q34, R97, R99.
The +TO interface driver circuit consist of
components C97, CR90, CR91, Q35, R98, R100.
Because of 120 the two drivers will conduct 180°
out of phase with each other when driven by a
signal on the A01 bus line. Resistor 101 is
connected between the two driver's output.
Current flowing through the resistor develops a
voltage drop that is used as a TO/FR drive
signal.
The drivers Q34 and Q35 may also be controlled by
the signal on OAO line through Q76, R304 and
R303. When driven by the OAO line, both drivers
can be gated off at the same time effectively
disconnecting the drivers from the output +FROM
and +TO output lines .
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5. B. (5) (f) 2. £
Lightning and RFI protection for the output lines
are provided by C96, C97, CR91 and CR92. Diode
CR90 will limit driver outputs by limiting input
drive signals to Q34 and Q35.
5. B. ( 5) (f) ~
When OAS is high, Q47 is turned on, causing the
ALT ALERT output to be pulled low. C104,
CR53, CR54, R129, and R283 provide lightning and RFI
protection. This output primarily drives
Sonalert-type devices. Because these devices possess
low threshold currents, a very weak, but audibly
noticeable tone may be produced under certain
conditions due to leakage currents of semiconductor
switch devices. R312 provides a light shunt path for
Q47's off-state leakage current so that Sonalert-type
devices will remain dormant when Q47 is off (OA8 low).
5. B. (5) (g) OBI outputs
The OBI CLK, OBI DATA, and OBI SYNC interfaces are
identical, only the OBI SYNC interface will described. The
OBI SYNC signal is generated by the HOST Computer. Bit 14
of a 16 bit word is latched by I13. Changing the status of
this bit at the appropriate times generates the OBI SYNC
signal. The output on pin 13 of I13 drives a FET driver
(Q25). Lightning and RFI protection for the OBI SYNC OUT
line is provided by CR66 and C80.
5. B. (5) (h) Analog outputs
1 Altitude Alert Audio Driver
Transistors Q3, Q54, and resistors R131, R132, R133,
and R124 level shift 1 KHz INT signal to swing between
+16 V and -13 V (with C105 removed).
Integrated circuits I38 and I52A, capacitor Cl08,
resistors R149, R160, and R161 create a DC voltage
equal to the average value of TMR01. The output of
I52A will vary from 0 V to 7.5 V as the duty cycle of
TMR01 varies from 0% to 100%. Integrated circuit I52B
generates a negative voltage with the same magnitude
as the output of I52A. The two outputs together
define p-p amplitude of the audio output.
Resistors R133 and R134 are sized so that the waveform
at the junction of R133 and R134 is approximately
centered around 0 V DC when the amplitude has be
adjusted to the maximum value.
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5. B. (5) (h) 1
Capacitor C105 allows the waveform to return to 0 V
when the signal from I21 is interrupted.
Diode CR61 clamps the signal to the maximums defined
by I52A and I52B. Symmetrical clamping of the signal
eliminates the C105 average-value bleed-off that would
otherwise be associated with the initial keying of the
driver; the output will be immediately symmetrical
about 0 V on keying. Diode CR60 acts to cancel the
voltage drops introduced by CR61.
Integrated circuit I52C, resistors R163, R158, Rl57,
R162, Rl53, R154, Rl59, and capacitor C159 comprise
the output driver stage. Resistor R157 and capacitor
C159 frequency compensate the driver loop.
5. B. (5) (h) 2. CDI Driver Interface
One of the 80C186's integral timers, TMROO, is
utilized as a control for the analog CDI driver. The
timer output is duty cycle varied from 50% (no
deviation) proportional to the amount of deviation
desired. The timer output is integrated and level
shifted by the circuit associated with 151, thus
-:) producing a DC output, centered about OV, proportional
to the duty cycle of the timer output.
5. B. (5) ( i) DISPLAY DRIVER
1 CRT Controller
The CRT controller generates all timing for the
horizontal and vertical deflection, the video drive,
and the high voltage power supply.
The 2 MHz video dot clock is derived from the 10 Mhz
CPU clock by 132 and I16.
The CRT controller timing characteristics are shown in
Figure 12.
When vertical sync is not asserted, counter 125
addresses the video RAM, I54, via multiplexers 122,
123, and I24. Also, 126 is tri-stated during this
time. In this way, the bit map stored in the video
ram is sequentially read one byte at a time. One byte
is loaded from the video ram into shift register 128
every eight counts of the dot clock. Once loaded, 128
shifts out each bit, clocked by the dot clock.
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5. B. (5) (i) 1
These bits correspond to individual pixels on the
display; a "1" turns the pixel on while a "0" turns
the pixel off. Lower-numbered bits will appear to the
·left of higher-numbered bits within a given byte.
Vertical sync goes low as the RAM address changes to
OFOOH. It goes high 912 ~sec later, as the RAM
address changes to OFE4H; the RAM address counter is
then immediately cleared. Each row of dots requires
36 bytes of data (including horizontal retrace). The
period during which vertical sync is high is
sufficient for 106.7 rows of dots. Only 86 rows of
dots out of the possible 106.7 rows of dots are used
to display the entire screen.
Two copies of the screen image are kept in the video
RAM. PAGE/SEL, originating as a DUART output,
functions as the most significant video RAM address
bit. While vertical sync is high {not asserted),
PAGE/SEL toggles constantly at the blinking
annunciator rate. This provides for blinking video;
data present in one copy of the screen, but missing in
the other, will blink on the display as PAGE/SEL
toggles. The same concept applies to blinking reverse
video fields.
Horizontal sync is high for 32 bytes and low for 4
bytes out of each horizontal sweep period. 32 bytes
is 256 bits; 207 dots are required for each row.
Displayed image centering is achieved by changing the
offsets of the video data with respect to the base
address of the video RAM. Since the RAM addresses
correspond to actual screen positions, moving the
bitmap around in the video RAM moves the image around
on the CRT. Once centering has been adjusted during
alignment, the addressing offsets are stored in 145,
the EEPROM.
When vertical sync is asserted, 126 is enabled, and
the video RAM becomes addressable by the CPU address
bus via 122, I23, and I24. The host computer monitors
vertical sync and detects when it has gone low. Only
during this time can the host computer can modify the
contents of the video RAM.

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5. B. (5) (i) 1
DIGITAL VIDEO GENERATION VERTICAL SYNCHRONIZATION TIMING
ONE BYTE OF DATA <VERTICAL SYNCHRONIZATION EXTENDS OR SHORTENS TIMING PERIODS> NORMAL/MODIFIED
BIT POSITION OF" PIXEL SHIFTED OUT OF I28,QH.
12 3 4 56 7 8 11 TIMING SUMMARY
I I I I I I I I I25,Q3
SIGNAL PERIOD

J
2 HHz DOT CLK THESE SIGNALS ARE USED TO PRODUCE
500 nSEC THE DIGITAL VIDEO DATA FOR ONE I25,Q4 64/80 uSEC
BYTE OF VIDEO RAM. PIXEL DATA <I28,QH) DDT CLK 500 nSEC
I29.QA2 IS DELAYED 250n SEC. BEFORE I29,QA2 1 uSEC
1 \.~SEC BECDMMJNG THE VIDEO SIGNAL. THIS I25,Q5 128/144 uSEC I29,QB2 2 uSEC
I29,QB2 ALIGNS THE VIDEO SIGNAL 'w'ITH VIDEO RAM
2 uSEC ADDRESS TIMING AND THE SYNC SIGNALS. I25,Q6 256/144 ~o~SEC l25,CLK 4 uSEe
!25,01 8 uSEC
!25,07 !25,02 16 uSEC
12S.CLK 4 uSEC 512/400 l.lSEC
I25,Q3 32/48,. uSEC
8 uSEC !25,04 64/80• uSEC
125.01
1024/912 uSEC I25,Q5 128/l441K uSEC
!25,06 256/144 uSEC
1 - - - - 4 \,.jSEC -----~ !25,07 512/400 uSEC
I25,09 2048/1936 uSEe
I25,Q9 2048/1936 uSEC
I28,S/C _j L1 <CONTROLS SERIAL TRANSFER OF DIGITAL VIDEO DATA>
125,010 4096/3984 uSEC !25,010 4096/3984 uSEe
8192/8080 uSEC
I 125,011 8192/8080 uSEC
I25,Qll
I25,Q12 16384/16272• uSEC
l29,0A1 32/48•,. ~o~SEC
125,012 16384/16272 l.lSEC 64/801Kll( ~o~SEC
I29,QBl
1:;.~49 i<Rz 128/144 l.lSEC
VERTiCAL SYNC • TIMING DURING VRT SYNCRONIZATION
n TIMING EXTENDED BY HDR RET

SIGNAL ACTIVE PERIOD


~E
H~~If~~JtL It
1I II
0
DATA
2 3 4
HORIZONTAL SYNCHRONIZATION TIMING
ONE LINE 32 BYTES<256 BITS> OF DIGITAL DATA DR 1 SCAN LINE 256 PIXELS
I 5 I 6 I 7 I 8 I 9 I 10 lu 112 I 13 I 14 I 15 I 16 I 11 I 18 I 1'9 I 20 I 21 I 221 231 24 I 25 I 26 I 27 128 I 28 I 3o I 31 I 32
I HORIZONTAL
RETRACE 'RrlR""l(''T
PULSE 'w'IDTH
16 uSEC 144 uSEC
'V"R'T'SNr 912 o..~SEC 16.272 MSEC
~ 1552 uSEC 16.272 MSEC
125,01

I25.Q2

I29,QAI SCREEN
HORIZONTAL
SYNCHRONIZATION CHARACTERISTICS
CAUSES TIMING
I29,QBI 64/80 uSEC PERIODS TO DIGITAL VIDEO DATA
EXTEND 16 uSEC. 500 nSEC/1 BIT I I DOT
4~o~SEC/1 BYTE/8 DOTS

128/144 \.~SEC

HORIZONTAL S'w'EEP
144~o~SEC/32BYTES/256DOTS
VERT SYNC NOTE< 256 DOTS POSSIBLE
ONLY 207 DOTS USED
!29, QD1

VERTICAL S'w'EEP
16272uSEC/106.7LINES
NOTE• 106.7 LlNES POSSIBLE
ONLY 86 LINES USED
r - - 1 6 uSEC--! TO DISPLAY DATA
144 uSEC

SCREEN TIMING <106.7 HORIZONTAL LINES) PAGE


ONLY 86 OF A POSSIBLE 106.7 LINES ARE USED AT A TIME TO DISPLAY DATA 207DOTS/LINE X 86 LINES
2 PAGES/SCREEN
(1024 uSEC X 15> + 912 uSEC , 16272 uSEC NOTE: DISPLAy TOGGLES BET'.IEEN
PAGE I AND PAGE 2.
II
I25,Q9 (2048 vSEC " 7l + 1926 vSEC - 16272 uSEC I
I25,Q10 C4096 uSEC X 3> ~ 3984 ~o~SEC : 16272 uSEC VERTICAL SYSCRONIZA T!ON CAUSES THE LAST PERIOD
(DURING EACH SCREEN TIMING PERIOD> > TO BE
SHORTEND BY 112 uSEC.
I25,Q11 81'92 uSEC + 8080 uSEC " 16272 uSEC

I25,Q12 16272 uSEe

vtR I !tAL s?Nt


19121
uSEC

vtRt!cAL RtTRAct ~
~ 1s52 1
!o-~=:;uS:.:E:.:C:___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 16272 uSEC ----------..J

CRT Controller Timing Characteristics


Figure 12
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5. B. (5) (i)
z Deflection Circuit
The horizontal yoke connects between HORIZ. HI and
HORIZ. LO. The horizontal deflection circuit utilizes
a hybrid design. It combines a horizontal flyback
drive stage with yoke current linearity correction
circuit. The correction circuit maintains a linear
current ramp in the yoke by maintaining a constant
voltage across the yoke's effective inductance. This
amounts to the addition of a ramp signal to the
voltage applied to the top of the yoke winding. This
voltage would be replaced by a de voltage in a non-
corrected circuit. The ramp voltage compensates for
the voltage developed across the yoke's effective
series resistance. When a completely linear current
ramp is attained, the amount of ramp voltage added to
the de voltage at the top of the yoke winding (HORIZ.
HI) will be equal to the voltage developed across the
yoke's effective series resistance. Therefore, the
yoke's inductance effectively experiences constant
voltage throughout the entire horizontal scan period.
Integrated circuit 147A sizes HORIZ. RETRACE to key
) the horizontal bootstrap sweep generator comprised by
C58, CRS, CR6, I48B, and R20. Resistor Rl94, the
horizontal linearity adjustment control, determines
the mix between constant level and ramp that passes on
to I48C.
Integrated circuit I48C represents the gain element in
the horizontal output power amplifier. Transistors Q4
and Q5 source or sink current as required to maintain
the voltage commanded by the I48C feedback loop in
which they lie. Diodes CR13 and CR14 set the bias
relationship between Q4 and QS using complementary
symmetry. Resistor RSO, an emitter degeneration
resistor, prevents the output stage from experiencing
increased bias current and thermal runaway due to the
effect of temperature on base-emitter voltage. The
reverse biasing voltage drop produced across RSO
minimizes any increase in bias point current flow from
Q4 to QS due to decreased base-emitter voltage.
Resistor Rl96 sets the gain of the horizontal output
power amplifier.

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5. B. {5) {i) 2.
Power MOSFET Q6 operates in the switch mode. During
horizontal scan time (after steady state has been
reached), Q6 conducts, allowing the horizontal yoke
current (HORIZ. LO) to ramp up from it's negative
initial value to its maximum final value. When
horizontal retrace goes low, Q6 abruptly shuts off.
Since the yoke current cannot change instantaneously,
C48 begins to charge. Capacitor C48 continues to
charge until all of the energy stored in the magnetic
field of the yoke inductance has been transferred to
the electric field of the capacitor. At this point,
the yoke current has reached zero. The voltage across
C48 can exceed 100 V at this instant. Capacitor C48
then transfers this energy back to the yoke, causing
the same peak current to flow in the yoke as did just
prior to flyback, only this time in a negative
direction. The integral reverse diode present in the
MOSFET structure of Q6 conducts the yoke current when
it flows in a negative direction. The amount of time
required for this double transfer of energy to take
place is matched closely to the time that horizontal
retrace is low. When horizontal retrace goes high
again, a new horizontal scan period begins.
Integrated circuit I47B sizes VERT. RETRACE to key the
vertical bootstrap sweep generator comprised by C57,
CRS, CR9, I48A, and R21. Capacitor C61 removes the de
component from the sweep waveform. Resistor R193
adjusts the size of the sweep applied to 150, the
vertical deflection amplifier. Resistor R195 provides
additional vertical centering range by adding a
positive or negative d.c. bias to the sweep, if video
bitmap shifting (see CRT CONTROLLER section) does not
yield proper vertical centering.

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5. B. (5) (i) 2.
The vertical yoke connects between VERT. HI and VERT
LO. Unlike in the horizontal drive, the vertical yoke
lies in the feedback loop of the deflection amplifier.
The zero created by R31 insures unconditional
stability of the feedback loop. Resistor R33 and
capacitor C66 are required by the manufacturer of 150
for amplifier stability. Resistor R34 converts the
yoke current into a sense voltage that is fed back to
ISO. Integrated circuit 150 forces this voltage to
follow the vertical sweep waveform at pin 1. Since
the sense voltage is a measure of the yoke current,
the yoke current is directly proportional to the
vertical sweep waveform.
A dual open collector voltage comparator, 149, blanks
the video if either of the deflection outputs is
missing. This function prevents the electron beam of
the CRT from burning a line or spot in the phosphorus
if a sweep is ever lost, or the yoke is accidentally
disconnected. The rectified and filtered horizontal
flyback pulses (HORIZ. LO) are monitored, in the case
of the horizontal drive. A doubled and filtered
version of the vertical output waveform (VERT. HI) is
) monitored, in the case of the vertical drive.
VIDEO DRIVER
Integrated circuit 131 gates the video signal with
video control (CRT protection), and OP6 (DUART, CPU
controlled). Level shifter, 134, shifts the video
signal and provides sufficient peak current drive
capability to drive the gate-source capacitance
presented by Q7 and QB.
Transistor QlO functions as a high speed switching
current sink that is digitally controlled by Q7 and
QB. Resistor R46 determines the maximum steady state
current sunk by QlO when the electron beam is on.
When QIO sinks current, DIM LO clamps the cathode
voltage (VIDEO OUT) to the level set by the intensity
control on the front panel. Lower DIM LO levels
correspond to brighter CRT images.

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5. B. (5) (i) ~
Capacitor C27 and resistor R292 discharge the
parasitic capacitance associated with the TP3 node and
the CRT cathode itself, thus minimizing the fall time
of the video output.
MOSFET Q9 functions as an active pull-up to quickly
return the cathode drive voltage (VIDEO OUT) to cutoff
(DIM HI) when the beam is electron beam is turned off.
Resistor Rl43 and transistor Q46 determine the cathode
cutoff voltage (DIM HI).
The circuit associated with QSl pulls the CRT Gl
voltage from ground down to -13 V when the KLN 90A is
turned off. After several seconds, Gl drifts back up
to ground potential. This function insures that the
electron beam will remain turned off while the cathode
heater is cooling down. This prevents the undesirable
formation of a phosphor burn spot in the center of the
CRT screen, that might otherwise develop over some
period of use.
Resistor R208 and capacitor CR57 provide approximately
6.3 volts for the CRT cathode heater circuit.
! High Voltage Power Supply
WARNING: THE HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITRY ON THE MAIN
MODULE AND AROUND THE CRT ASSEMBLY PRESENT
VOLTAGES WHICH ARE HAZARDOUS TO LIFE.
EXERCISE EXTREME CARE WHEN WORKING NEAR THIS
HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITRY.
The KLN 90A high voltage power supply is classified as
a flyback converter operating in the discontinuous
mode. Unlike the low voltage power supply, however,
output regulation is achieved by varying the input
voltage level to the input of the transformer.
Flyback transformer module Tl (or alternate module T2)
contains the HV transformer itself, a high voltage
multiplier, an HV output filter, and a 300 Megohm HV
feedback resistor.

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The HV regulator error amplifier circuit, I53,
compares a divided down version of the +9 KV to +5 V.
The output of the error amplifier, buffered by Q42,
supplies the input voltage to Tl. Transistor Q43 and
resistor R139 form a base starving, over current
protection circuit for Q42 and the primary winding of
Tl. Resistor R138 and capacitor Clll set the gain and
frequency response of the error amplifier such that
the control loop is stable. Resistor R137 is trimmed
until +570 volts is observed at TP13.
Power FET Q44 switches the primary of Tl at a
frequency of 6.944 KHz, with an on time duty cycle of
4/9. If for any reason the 6.944 KHz signal should
become interrupted, Q44 will return to the off state.
Nominal HV supply outputs are +95 V at C114, +570 V at
TP13, and +9 kV at the CRT anode.
If T2 is used instead of T1, C160 is included to
absorb the primary leakage inductance energy released
when Q44 turns off.
) Resistor R142 and Cl06 provide the CRT with the proper
focus voltage.
Data Base Cartridge (071-01523-hhss)
The Data Base Cartridge consists of two circuit module
assemblies, 200-08022-0030 and 200-08023-0030. The
memory organization of the data base is shown in
figure 13.
Each of the data base banks occupies 256k words (128k
in the "bottom" and 128k in the "top"). Each of the
sections is composed of four two-megabyte chips
(Section 4 only contains two chips}, two chips in the
"bottom" and two chips in the "top". The lower bank
number , in each section, is stored in the first 128K
address locations of each chip.

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5. B. (5) (i) ~

KLN 90 MEMORY SELECT


DATA BASE ORGANIZATION TRUTH TABLE
DATA BASE MEMORY
ORGANJZA TION
BS2 BSI BSO m :s-IT RESULTS
X X X LO LO NOT ALLOWED
NOT USED NOT USED
SECTION
4 BANK 7 BOTTOM X X X HI LO VALID SELECT
ANK J 256k WORDS
ANK b TOP X LO X LO HI
SECTION ~NK ~. 256k WORDS
3 ANK 6 BOTTOM X HI LO LO HI
ANK 2 256k WORDS
BANK 5 TOP X HI HI LO HI STANDBY MODE
__ij_ANK 1 256k WORDS
SECTION
2 BANK 5 BOTTOM X X X HI HI
ANK 1 256k WORDS
BANK 4 TOP
SECTION ~ANt<;_U_ 256k WORDS WARNING
1 BANK 4 BOTTOM
!:SANK U 256k WORDS SETTING 'iC"S" AND 1iC:S LOW' <VIN >
LO'J
S!MUTANEOUSL Y W'll l RESU! T lN PERMEANENT

DAMAGE TO THE UN! T,

VALID SELECT
TRUTH TABLE
BS2 BSl BSO m :s-IT RESULTS
LO LO LO HI LO BANK 0, BOTTOM SELECTED

BANK ~ TOP SELECTED


MODE SELECTION TRUTH TABLE
LO LO LO LO HI SIGNAL MEMORY
MODE MODE SELECT l<ri ~ vPP v DQ<Q-7)
LD LO HI HI LO BANK L BOTTOM SELECTED cc
READ VALID LO HI v v DATA OUT
LO LO HI LO HI BANK L TOP SELECTED cc cc
READ-ONLY OUTPUT DISABLE VALJD HI HI X v HIGH Z
LO HI LO HI LO BANK ~ BOTTOM SELECTED cc
STANDBY STANDBY X X
v v HIGH Z
LD HI LD LO HI BANK 2, TOP SLECTED cc cc
READ VALID LD HI vPP v DATA OUT
LD HI HI HI LO BANK 3, BOTTOM SELECTED cc
OUTPUT DISABLE VALID HI Hl X v HIGH Z
HI LD LO HI LO BANK 4, BOTTOM SELECTED READ/WRITE
cc
vPP v HIGH Z
STANDBY STANDBY X X cc
HI LO LO LO HI BANK ~ TOP SELECTED
WRITE VALID HI LO VPP v DATA IN
HI LO HI HI LO BANK ~ BOTTOM SELECTED cc
HI LO HI LO HI BANK ~ TOP SELECTED
NOTE• X = DON'T CARE STATE <VIN OR VIN
HI HI LO HI LO BANK ~ BOTTOM SELECTED Hl LO'J
LO = VlNLO'J
HI HI LO LO HI BANK 6. TOP SELECTED HI = VJN Hl
HI HI HI HI LO BANK 7, BOTTOM SELECTED

Data Base Memory Select Truth Tables


Figure 13
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5. B. (5)
(j) Address Decoding & Device Selection Schemes

! Input Port Bit Allocation


BIT # DESCRIPTION
0 Knob data I
I Knob data 2
2 GPS IFR ENABLE
3 SCAN (Right Inner Knob IN/OUT)
4 LEFT CRSR
5 RIGHT CRSR
6 MSG (Message)
7 DIR (Direct To)
8 CLR (Clear)
9 ENT (Enter)
IO All (Altitude)
II VERTICAL SYNC
I2 WPT (Over Current Detect)
I3 MSG {Over Current Detect)
I4 SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #I (Over
Current Detect)
-) IS SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #2 (Over
Current Detect)
2. Output Port Bit Allocation
BIT # DESCRIPTION
0 NAV FLAG (NAV Super Flag)
I TO/FR FLAG
2 (not used)
3 (not used)
4 WPT ALERT annunciator
5 MSG annunciator
6 SPARE annunciator #I
7 SPARE annunciator #2
8 ALTITUDE ALERT annunciator
9 PAGE SELECT (CRT RAM page select)
IO EEDI (EEPROM)
II EESK (EEPROM)
I2 EECS (EEPROM)
I3 OBI CLK
14 OBI SYNC
15 OBI DATA

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5. B. {5) {j)
~ Intel 80Cl86 Timer Allocation
TIMER DESCRIPTION
TMRO D-BAR Driver Control
TMRl Altitude Alert Audio Volume Control
! Intel 80Cl86 Priority Interrupts Allocation
INT DESCRIPTION
INTO 1 KHz Video timing
INTI ARINC 429 interrupt
INT2 DUART RS 232 Communication interrupt
INT3 UART RS 232 Communication interrupt
~ Intel 80C186 Peripheral Select Allocation
PCS DESCRIPTION
PCSO Select input port
PCSl Select Gray Code Altitude inputs
PCS2 Select Real Time Clock
PCS3 Select Output port
PCS4 Select RS 232 {UART)
PCSS Select ARINC 429 LSI
PCS6 Select RS 232 (DUART)

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5. B. (5) (j)
2 RS 232 DUART
INPUT PORT ALLOCATION
BIT# DESCRIPTION
0 LEFT OFFSET
1 TAKE HOME
2 SDI 1/2
3 Battery low
4 EEDO
5 NAV superflag (FBK)
6 RIGHT OFFSET
OUTPUT PORT ALLOCATION
BIT # DESCRIPTION
0 BANK SEL 0
1 BANK SEL 1
2 BANK SEL 2
3 PIT BULL (watch dog)
4 ESUM
5 PGM FLASH
6 VIDEO ENABLE
7 OP7 (GPS reset

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TESTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING


1. Genera 1
This section contains instructions for functional testing,
troubleshooting, and aligning the KLN 90A Global Positioning System (GPS)
RNAV Receiver. The functional test is a cover-on test performed to
determine the operational status of the KLN 90A. The alignment procedures
are performed after a misalignment has been isolated during
troubleshooting, when a module or component that requires alignment has
been replaced, or to set adjustable parameters to customer specifications.
2. Test Equipment Required
Refer to "Special Tools, Fixtures, and Equipment•• section of this manual,
beginning on page 901, for information relating to test equipment that is
required for testing, troubleshooting, and aligning the KLN 90A.
NOTE: For any references to procedures using the KCA 167A Nonvolatile
Memory Offloader, refer to the KCA 167A Component Maintenance
Manual for details. Its part number is listed in the .. Special
Tools, Fixtures, and Equipment .. section of this manual.
3. Functional Test Procedures
A. The purpose of the functional testing is to determine the operational
status of the KLN 90A. As such, the functional test may be used to
check a new unit, a unit which has been in storage, or a unit which
has been removed from an aircraft or storage. The functional test
shall be performed with the unit fully assembled and no internal
adjustments shall be made to the unit. Refer to figure 902 for a
suggested test setup.
If the KLN 90A unit tests within the limits given, no further testing
is required and the unit is considered suitable for installation in an
aircraft. If the unit fails any portion of the functional test
proceed to paragraph 5. of this section and isolate the fault in
accordance with the troubleshooting information.
WARNING: OPERATION OF THIS EQUIPMENT INVOLVES THE USE OF HIGH
VOLTAGES. THE TECHNICIAN OR OPERATOR SHOULD OBSERVE ALL
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN PERFORMING ANY TESTS OUTLINED IN
THIS SECTION.
CAUTION: THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE
(ESDS) DEVICES. UNIT MODULES AND INDIVIDUAL ESDS DEVICES
MUST BE HANDLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SPECIAL ESDS HANDLING
PROCEDURES. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ESDS
DEVICES.
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3.
B. Functional Test Procedures
(1) Operational Controls
This section provides information concerning the KLN 90A
controls. Location and function are detailed.
NOTE: The left and right side of screen refers to the side of
the screen that is on the left or right respectively when
facing the unit's front panel.
(a) Left hand knobs and CURSOR button: are located on left side
of the when facing the ·front of the faceplate and control
the left half of the screen.
(b) Right hand knobs And "CURSOR" button: are located on the
right side of the KLN 90A when facing the front of the
faceplate and control the right half of the screen.
(c) CURSOR ON &OFF: A light block on the display is used to
indicate information on the block that may be changed. The
cursor is "ON" when the block is lit. Information on a page
may not be changed until the cursor is turned on.
(d) Outer Knobs: The outside knob of the dual control knobs on
either the left or right side. When the cursor is turned
off, the outer Knob is used to select different types of
pages. When the cursor is turned on, the outer knob moves
the cursor around the display.
(e) Inner knobs: The inside knob of the dual control knobs on
either the left or right side. These knobs cause information
under the cursor to change when the cursor is on. When the
cursor is off, the left inner knob sequentially selects the
page numbers of the selected type of page. The right hand
knob sequentially selects the page numbers of the selected
type of page when it is pushed in and the cursor is off.
When the right hand knob is pulled out and the cursor is
off, it is used to select data in a data base.
(f) ENT button: Causes information that has been changed in the
cursor block to be stored or advances to TEST, WARNING,
SELF-TEST, or DATABASE pages.
(g) MSG button: Causes the MESSAGE pages to toggle on and off.
(h) CRSR button: Causes the cursor to be toggled on and off.
(i) ALT button: Causes the ALT page to toggle on and off.
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3. B.
(2) Initial Test Equipment Setup Procedure.
(a) Turn multimeter on.
(b) KTS 143 set-up:
1 Set all toggle switches (except 520, 521, and 522) to the
"UP" position, and all rotary switches fully CCW.
~ Connect unit as per test harness schematic. (See Figure
902).
~ Set switch 51 to "UP".
! Set switch 52 to "DOWN" .
.5. Set switch 58 to "OFF" .
.§. Set switch 53 to "UP".
I Apply power to KTS 143.
(c) KLN 90A test harness set-up. (See Figure 902)
1 Set switches 52, S4, 55, 512, Sl3, SIS, Sl7, S19, S21 to
"CLOSED".
~ Set switches Sl, S3, 514, 516, 518, S20, S22, 523 to
"OPEN".
~ Set switches S6, S7, 58, 59, 510, Sll, S24, to "NORMAL".
(d) KCA 167A set-up. (Refer to the KCA 167A Component
Maintenance Manual for procedures).
(3) Pre-Final Test Procedures
NOTE: Offload non-volatile memory before aligning or testing
the unit. (Refer to KCA 167A Manual for procedures).
NOTE: Voltage measurements are referenced to J901 pin 27
unless specified otherwise.
CAUTION: COOLING IS REQUIRED WHILE TESTING THE UNIT.
CAUTION: THE OFFLOADER HARNESS (155-02703-0001) DOES NOT
INCORPORATE INTERNAL POLARITY PROTECTION FOR THE TWO
POWER SUPPLY INPUTS. REVERSE POLARITY POWER TO THESE
_) INPUTS MAY DAMAGE TO THE UNIT.
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3. B. (3)
(a) Connect offloader harness to the KLN 90A, PC and +27.5 VDC.
(b) Turn on the KLN 90A.
(c) Pull BRT/PUSH ON out and then push it back in again (Cycle
the power on the KLN 90A). Do not advance beyond the TAKE-
HOME MODE WARNING page and do not press any buttons or turn
any knobs other than BRT/PUSH ON.
(d) Verify that the date and time on the PC's internal clock are
correct (using DOS's "TIME" and "DATE" commands).
(e) Activate KUTIL90 program and save non-volatile memory.
(Refer to KCA 167A Manual for procedures.) Use the unit's
serial number as the file name.
3. B. (4) Database Insertion Force
CAUTION: DO NOT REMOVE OR REPLACE DATABASE CARTRIDGE WHILE
KLN 90A IS OPERATING.
(a) Remove power from the KLN 90A.
(b) Remove and reinsert database cartridge. It should not bind
or require excess force to install or remove.
(c) Remove database cartridge from unit.
(d) Connect fabricated test harness to the KLN 90A.
3. B. (5) Panel Lighting
(a) Note the version of the KLN 90 to be tested to determine
proper lighting bus to be used.
(b) Connect Ammeter in series with the lighting bus.
(c) Apply voltage to lighting bus as indicated in figure 101.
UNIT BUS P901 P901 CURRENT
VERSION VOLT (HI) (LO)
01XX/03XX 28V 28 32 286 rnA D.C.
01XX/03XX 14V 29 28&32 572 rnA D.C.
02XX/04XX 5V 29 28&32 1.0 A (dc/ac rms @ 400Hz}

Figure 101
(d) Disconnect voltage supply from lighting bus.
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3. B. (6) Turn ON/Aircraft Power


(a) Verify A/C power voltage is +27.5 at Pin 40 of P901.
(b) Connect ammeter in series with the A/C power bus, at Pin 40
of P901.
(c) Close following switches on the test harness.
1 Set switch 52 to (CLOSED).
z Set switch 54 to (CLOSED).
~ Set switch 55 to (CLOSED).
(d) Push BRT/PUSH ON knob on faceplate to turn unit on.
(e) Note the current reading. It should not exceed 909 rnA with
NAV SUPER FLAG not asserted or 1.16 A with the NAV SUPER
FLAG asserted.
(f) After the display illuminates, check for TURN ON page as
listed below.

GPS ORS 01
C1992 AlliedSignal Inc.
N1234R
JOE PILOT
SELF TEST IN PROGRESS

Note: Variable data may be different than in the sample display.


The page will time out in approximately 15 seconds.
3. B. (7) TEST MODE WARNING Page
After TURN ON page has timed out, TEST MODE WARNING page should
be displayed as follows. Ensure that this occurs.

WARNING
SYSTEM IS IN TEST MODE
DO NOT USE
FOR NAVIGATION
ACKNOWLEDGE?

)
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3. B.
(8) SELF-TEST Page
NOTE: While the SELF-TEST page is displayed, the left incjdec
knob is inoperative.

Press ENT button on unit to acknowledge TEST MODE WARNING Page.


The TAKE HOME WARNING page should not appear at this time but the
SELF-TEST page should be displayed as follows. Ensure that this
occurs.

DIS 34.5NM DATE/TIME


+++++V+I+++ 02 MAR 92
CBS IN 315° 14:15 COT
OUT 315° ALT 24300FT
RMI 130° BARO :29.95 11
APR OFST RL APPROVE?

Note: Variable data may be different than in the sample display.

3. B. (9) Discrete Inputs


(a) TAKE HOME select
l Turn KLN 90A off.
l Set switch S2 of test harness to (Open).
J. Turn KLN 90A on.
.4. The KLN 90A should not enter test mode .
~ Turn KLN 90A off.
Q Set switch 52, 54, and SS of test harness to (Close).
I Turn KLN 90A on.
.a The KLN 90A should now enter test mode .
lQ Ensure that TAKE HOME select input is valid.

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3. B. (9)
(b) LEFT OFFSET and RIGHT OFFSET
1 Verify the "ANNUN ON" field of the SELF-TEST page
displays "APR OFST RL".
z Set switch S4 of test harness to (Open).
~ Verify the "ANNUN ON" field of the SELF-TEST page
displays "APR OFST R".
! Set switch S4 of test harness to (Close) and switch SS to
(Open).
~ Verify the "ANNUN ON" field of the SELF-TEST page
displays "APR OFST L".
2 Set switch SS of test harness to (Close).
I Ensure that TAKE HOME, RIGHT OFFSET,
LEFT OFFSET inputs are valid.
(c) ALT ALERT &ALT ALERT AUDIO
1 Connect scope to THTP 12.
z Set switches S24 & S11 of test harness to (NORMAL).
~ Select the SET 9 page.
! Press the left cursor button to activate the volume
setting cursor field.
~ Verify that each time this field is changed (using left
inner knob), an audio signal is produced a THTP 12, as
observed with an oscilloscope, and that DS6 is lit.
2 Verify that when "00" appears in the cursor field, the
peak amplitude of the voltage waveform observed at THTP
12 lies in the range of 0.6 V to 1.0 V.
I Verify that when "99" appears in the cursor field, the
peak amplitude of the voltage waveform observed at THTP
12 lies in the range of 3.1 V to 4.0 V.
§ Set switch S24 to (ALT ALERT Program).
2 Cycle power on the KLN 90A.
10 Verify that the ALT ALERT functions are disabled.
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3. B. (10) SDI and IFR ENABLE/VFR ENABLE


(a) Select STA 3 page.
(b) Record the status of SDI and IFR EN display on KLN 90A.
(c) Set switches Sl and S3 to (Close).
(d) Cycle power to the KLN 90A.
(e) Select STA 3 page.
(f) Record the status of SDI and IFR EN display on KLN 90A.
(g) Set switches Sl and S3 to (Open).
(h) Return to the SELF-TEST page.
3. B. (11) GRAY Code ALT Inputs
(a) Enter barometric pressure of 29.92 in as the barometric
setting on the SELF-TEST page.
(b) Take note of ALT reading.
(c) Set switches SIS, Sl7, S19, S21 to (OPEN).
(d) Take note of ALT reading.
(e) Set switches Sl4, S16, S18, S20, S22, S23 to (OPEN).
(f) Take note of ALT reading.
3. B. (12) Discrete Output Signals
The following procedures should be performed only while the self-
test page is displayed or results may vary from those
anticipated.
(a) Depress right CRSR Button on KLN 90A once.
(b) Monitor the voltage between THTP7 and THTP9 of the test
harness. (Note: The multimeter used must be isolated from
Ground.)
(c) Repeatedly toggle the NAV Flag Output between a High and Low
State by repeatedly pressing the CLR Button. A voltage
reading of less than +50 mV is defined as a Low State. A
voltage reading between +350 mV and +900 mV is defined as a
High State.
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3. B (12)
(d) Set test harness switch S10 to the 11
NORMAL 11
position.
(e) Toggle the NAV SUPER FLAG output between high and low states
by repeatedly pressing the CLR button until lamp DS5 is lit.
(f) Monitor the voltage between THTP10 and THTP11 of the test
harness. (Note: The multimeter used must be isolated from
Ground).
(g) Repeatedly toggle the TO/FROM output between a TO and FROM
State by repeatedly pressing the DIRECT-TO button. A voltage
reading between +40 mV and +160 mV defined as a TO state. A
voltage reading between -40 mV and -160 mV is defined as a
FROM state.
(h) Toggle the NAV SUPER FLAG output between high and low states
by repeatedly pressing the CLR button until lamp DS5 is not
1it.
(i) Repeatedly attempt to toggle the TO/FROM output between a TO
and FROM state by repeatedly pressing the DIRECT-TO button.
The voltage reading shall not be more that 5 mV de .
. .) 3. B. (13} Annunciators

(a) Set Test Harness switches S6 through S10 to the .. NORMAL"


position.
(b) Repeatedly press the CLR button on the KLN 90A to toggle the
annunciator outputs between a high and low State. Lamps DS1
through DS5 will be lit when outputs are asserted; and off
when they are not asserted. Verify that lamps DS1 through
DS5 will toggle on and off.
(c) While the outputs are in the "ON .. state (lit}, toggle
switches S6 through S10 back and forth between the "NORMAL"
and TEST" positions. Verify that each indicator is not
11

noticeably brighter with its switch in the TEST" position 11

that it is in the .. NORMAL" position.


(d) Return switches 56 through 510 to the "NORMAL .. position.
3. B. (14} RMI
(a) Set switch 514 on KTS 143 to "DIGITAL OBI".
(b) Set switch S12 on KTS 143 to "RECEIVE" .
(c) Set switch S7 on KTS 143 to "DOWN".
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3. B. (14)
(d) Set switch S9 ON KTS 143 to "NORMAL".
(e) Pull BRT/PUSH ON knob out and then push it back in. (Cycle
KLN 90A power).
(f) Verify that LED #3 and LED # 4 are off and that 130o is
displayed on the KTS 143 while the SELF-TEST page is being
displayed.
3. B. (15) CDI Left and Right Deviation
NOTE: Settling time of 15 seconds may be required before taking
measurements.
(a) Monitor the voltage between THTP8 with respect to THTP9 with
a multimeter. (Note: The multimeter used must be isolated
from ground).
(b) If the reading on multimeter is negative depress CLR button
on KLN 90A. A reading of not less than +60 mV and not more
than +90 mV (A nominal value is +75 mV) should be observed.
(c) Depress CLR button. A voltage reading of not less than -90
mv or not more than -60 mv (nominal value is -75 mv) should )
be observed.
(d) Depress Right CRSR button to turn the cursor on.
(e) Move the cursor to the word APPROVE
11 11

(f) Depress ENT button. Unit will leave SELF-TEST page.


(g) Observe the reading on multimeter. It should be not less
than -6 mVand not more than +6 mV (nominal value is 0 V).
3. B. (16) GPS Receiver
(a) Select the STA 1 page.
(b) Verify that none of the following appear after "STATE":
FAILC
FAILM
FAILR

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3. B. {16)
(c) Set GPS simulator to simulate the following conditions:
Satellite ID: 11
Code Switch: ON
Data Switch: ON
Doppler Switch: OFF
Doppler Frequency N/A
Attenuation: Set Simulator RF Output for
- 114 dBM ± 2 dBM at P902.
Time: 22:25 (hard coded in GS-100)
Date: 2/20/87 {hard coded in GS-100)
(d) The RCVR mode should be set to SRCH SKY on the STA 6 page.
(e) Verify that the KLN 90A acquires the correct satellite
within 2 minutes and with an SNR of not less than 35, as
seen on the STA 1 page.
(f) After acquisition, verify that the unit's time and date have
been reset to 22:25 and 2/20/87, respectively.
(g) Connect the KLN 90A to the roof mounted KA 91 and cycle
power.
(h) Set the time and date back to current time and date ± 10
minutes. Set the unit's initial position (SET 1 page) to
within 30 miles of the correct position of the roof-mounted
KA 91. Set switches S14 through S23 to the "OPEN" state.
(i) Verify that the unit will acquire the correct position
within a 1 NMI radius from the exact antenna position and
the correct antenna altitude ± 2200 feet within 20 minutes
from power-up during adequate satellite coverage. Verify
that the STATE: on the STAI page is NAV or NAV D.
(j) Check the receiver's non volatile memory by cycling power
after having a valid position. Verify that the receiver
returns to NAV or NAV D state in five minutes or less.
3. B. {17) No Data Base Module Installed
(a) The following should be displayed on the DATA BASE page if
the data base cartridge is missing when the unit is on.
NO DATA BASE
CARTRIDGE PRESENT
PUBLISHED WPTS HAVE
BEEN REMOVED FROM FPL 0
__ ) MAGNETIC VARIATION: _ _
ACKNOWLEDGE
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3. B. {17)
{b) Ensure that the No Data Base Page was displayed.
{c) After powering up the unit with a functional data base
installed. Select the SET 0 Page and press the left cursor
button. Verify that "LOAD PUBLISH DB" is listed as one of
the the possible options on the SET 0 Page.
3. B. {18) NAV2/SUP Page
{a) Move cursor to word "ACKNOWLEDGE" and press ENT.
{b) Note if NAV 2/SUP page is displayed.
3. B. {19) Message Page
{a) Close switches S11 and S12 and S13 on the test harness.
{LOOP BACK ARINC 429, RS232, AND DATA LOADER).
{b) After about 15 seconds depress MSG Button.
(c) Allow 15 seconds for unit to perform the loop back tests.
No error message should be displayed. Ensure that no error
message was displayed.
{d) Open switches S11 and S12 and S13 on the test harness.(OPEN
LOOP BACK ARINC 429, RS-232 AND DATA LOADER).
{e) Allow 10 seconds for Unit to perform the LOOP BACK test.
The following messages should be displayed:
EFIS RECEIVER FAILURE
RDRG RECEIVER FAILURE
AIR DATA FAIL
DATA LOADER ERROR
NO RS-232 DATA
(f) Press MSG button and allow the MESSAGE page to time out.
3. B. {20) INC/DEC Knobs
{a) Ensure that the right & left inner &outer knobs function
electrically and mechanically.
{b) Ensure that the right inner knob detent function properly.
{c) Ensure that the right inner knob in and out positions
function properly.

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3. B.
(21) Push Buttons
(a) Ensure that all push buttons mechanically function.
(b) Ensure that all push buttons electrically function.
3• B• ( 22) Di s p1ay

(a) Visually inspect the KLN 90A display for brightness, focus,
horizontal linearity, and image drift.
(b) Pull BRT/PUSH ON knob on the KLN 90A out and then push it
back in (cycle KLN 90A power). When the unit is off there
should not be a glowing, lingering spot on the display.
3. B. (23) Procedure
(a) Pull BRT/PUSH ON knob on the faceplate out. Remove power
from the KLN 90A.
(b) Re-insert data base cartridge into the KLN 90A if not
already in unit.
) CAUTION: THE OFFLOADER HARNESS (155-02703-0001) DOES NOT
INCORPORATE INTERNAL POLARITY PROTECTION FOR THE TWO
POWER SUPPLY INPUTS (BANANA PLUGS- RED(+27.5 VDC), BLK
(GROUND). NEVER SUPPLY REVERSE POLARITY POWER TO
THESE INPUTS. DAMAGE TO THE KLN 90A MAY RESULT.
(c) Connect OFFLOADER HARNESS (155-02703-0001) to the KLN 90A,
PC and +27.5 VDC.
(d) Turn on KLN 90A.
(e) PULL BRT/PUSH ON out and then push it back in again cycling
the power on the KLN 90A. (Do not advance beyond the TAKE-
HOME MODE WARNING page and do not press any buttons or turn
any knobs other than BRT/PUSH ON).
(f) Utilizing the KLN 90A NMOS, up load the Data from the disk
file created in section 3. B. (3) to the KLN 90A user
memory. (Refer to KCA 167A Manual for procedure).
(g) Remove power and disconnect cables from the KLN 90A.
(h) Re-connect the KLN 90A test harness and apply power to the
KLN 90A.
(i) Remove power and disconnect the test harness.
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4. Simulated ATLAS Functional Test Procedures


Not applicable.
5. Troubleshooting Procedures
The KLN 90A self-test procedures are the primary means of troubleshooting
the unit and will aid in troubleshooting a failure. If the unit displays
"FAIL", approve date, database and then select the MESSAGE page to
identify the failure using self-test.
6. Alignment Procedures
A. General
The alignment of the KLN 90A GPS based RNAV consists of the alignment
of the POWER SUPPLY, DISPLAY, REAL TIME CLOCK, D-BAR CALIBRATION,
ARINC 429 TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER, RS232 TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER, and RMI
OUTPUT.
Alignment of the KLN 90A must be performed with all system circuit
modules in place, or with suitable dummy Loads in place. All voltage
readings at testpoints are referenced to GND (P901, Pin 27) unless
otherwise stated.
WARNING: OPERATION OF THIS EQUIPMENT INVOLVES THE USE OF HIGH
VOLTAGES. THE TECHNICIAN OR OPERATOR SHOULD OBSERVE ALL
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN PERFORMING ANY TESTS OUTLINED IN
THIS SECTION.
CAUTION: THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE
(ESDS) DEVICES. UNIT MODULES AND INDIVIDUAL ESDS DEVICES
MUST BE HANDLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SPECIAL ESDS HANDLING
PROCEDURES. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO ESDS
DEVICES.
NOTE: The GPS receiver module is a factory serviceable item only.
B. Pre-alignment Set-up Procedures
(1) Before applying power to the unit, perform preliminary main
module adjustments on any of the following components that have
been replaced or manipulated prior to alignment.
Adjust Rl96 completely clockwise.
Adjust Rl42 completely counter-clockwise.
Adjust Rl95 to approximately mid-travel.
Adjust Rl43 to approximately mid-travel.
Adjust Rl94 to approximately mid-travel.
Adjust Rl93 to approximately mid-travel.
Adjust Rl37 completely counter-clockwise.
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6. B.
(2) Close Switch S2 on the test harness.
(3) Close Switch S4 on the test harness.
(4) Close Switch S5 on the test harness.
C. Power Supply Alignment
Reference Figure 110 for component locations unless otherwise
specified.
(1) Apply +27.5 ± 0.3 VDC between pin 40 of P901 (+28VDC A/C PWR) and
pin 27 of P901 (A/C GND). (Rear connector of the KLN 90A).
(2) Adjust R12 to obtain a reading of +5.0 VDC ± .05 VDC at TP 7.
(3) Sample the voltage at test point TP 6. The voltage read should
be between +14.4 VDC and +17.6.VDC inclusive.
(4) Sample the voltage at test point TP 8. The voltage read should
be between -10.95 VDC and -14.75 inclusive.
(5) Sample the voltage at test point TP 9. The voltage read should
) be between -4.95 and -6.05 VDC inclusive.
(6) If the voltage at test point TP 9 is slightly out of range,
remove or add CJ 101 (farside of 200-08569-0000) and repeat
steps.
6. D. Display Alignment
(1) Select the SET page with left outer knob.
(2) Select DISPLAY ALIGNMENT page, (SET 10 page) with the left inner
knob. The following page will be be displayed (see figure 102).

Figure 102
(3) Set ON/OFF DIM knob at fully counter clockwise.
_)
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6. D.
(4) Select 1000 VDC range of the Multimeter (Note: DVM must have a 10
Meg Ohm min input impedance). Adjust R137 to obtain a voltage
reading of +570 VDC ± 1 VDC at TP 13.
(5) Adjust R143 until the raster and any discernible screen data just
disappears when the KLN 90A's faceplate is shaded from ambient
light.
(6) Select the 200 VDC range of the DVM. Connect the DVM to TP3 and
note the reading obtained.
(7) Adjust R143 to obtain a voltage reading at TP3 that is 3 VDC more
positive than the reading obtained in step (7).
(8) Set the ON/OFF DIM knob fully CW.
(9) Verify that raster lines do not appear.
(10) With the ON/OFF DIM knob still full CW, repeat steps (4) and (9).
(11) Set BRT/PUSH ON Knob on faceplate to 12:00 or 1:00 O'clock
position, (2/3 full clockwise).
(12) Adjust R142 to obtain sharpest over-all focus. (At maximum
intensity, some blooming will occur making the focus adjustment
difficult).
(13) Press left CRSR button.
(14) If the horizontal lines of the SET 10 Page are not parallel with
the horizontal edges of the CRT opening in the Front Panel Bezel,
loosen the Yoke Clamp and adjust the angular position of the Yoke
until parallelism is observed.
CAUTION: THE CRT NECK IS FRAGILE; EXERCISE CAUTION WHEN
ADJUSTING THE YOKE POSITION.
(15) Re-tighten Yoke Clamp.
CAUTION: DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN THE YOKE CLAMP.
(16) Adjust the left Outer Knob (Vertical Centering) in conjunction
with R193 (Vertical Size) until the topmost horizontal lines lie
.220" ± .025" from the top of the CRT opening in the front panel
bezel and lowermost horizontal line lie .125" ± .025" from bottom
edge of the CRT opening in front panel bezel (when the viewing
angle is perpendicular to the face of the display). If the left
outer knob does not allow sufficient vertical centering range,
R195 can be adjusted to obtain additional vertical centering
range.
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6. D.
(17) Adjust the left inner knob (Horizontal Centering) in conjunction
with R196 (Horizontal Size) until the outermost vertical lines of
the SET 10 page lie .220" ± .25" from their respective edges of
the CRT opening in the front panel bezel (when the viewing angle
is perpendicular to the face of the display).
(18) Adjust R194 (Horizontal Linearity) until all the vertical bars on
the SET 10 Page appear equal in width and spacing. This
adjustment will affect horizontal centering.
(19) Repeat steps (17) and (18) until no further improvements can be
made.
(20) Press ENT button to store the centering data.
6. E. Real Time Clock
There are no alignment adjustments for the real time clock , however
the following test is to be performed following service to any of the
circuitry associated with the real time clock.
Refer to figure 109 for component locations.
(1) Connect an oscilloscope to TP 14 and verify the waveform has a
frequency of approximately 64.000 Hz.
(2) "HIGH" level = +4.5 to +5.5 Volts.
(3) "LOW" level = 0.0 to +0.4 Volts.
(4) Select the SET 2 page.
(5) Set the three letter time zone designator to the local time zone.
(6) Set the time, in 24 hour format, equal to the local time.
(7) Set the date equal to the local date.
(8) Verify the proper date, time and time zone on the SELF-TEST page.
6. F. D-BAR Output Calibration
(1) Select the SET page with left outer knob.

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6. F.
(2) Select D-BAR CAL page, (SET 11 page) with the left inner knob.
The following message will be displayed on the left page:
0-BAR CAL
PRESS CRSR
TO ACTIVATE
(3) After pressing the CRSR button, the following will be displayed.
D-BAR CAL
CAL OUTPUT
+300 mV
(4) Select 2 VDC scale of the DVM (Note: DVM must be isolated from
ground). Connect the positive test lead of the DVM to THTP8 of
the test harness. Connect the negative test lead of the DVM to
THTP9 of the test harness.
(5) Adjust left inner and outer knobs to obtain a DVM reading of +300
mV ± 2 mV. The outer knob will function as a coarse adjustment
and the inner knob will function as a fine adjustment.
(6) Press the ENT button.
(7) The KLN 90A will display the following:
D-BAR CAL
CAL OUTPUT
-300 mV
(8) Then adjust the left inner and outer knobs to obtain a DVM
reading of -300 mV ± 2 mV. The outer Knob will function as a
Coarse Adjustment and the inner knob will function as a fine
adjustment.
(9) Press the ENT button to save the calibration information.
(10) Press the left CRSR button to leave this page.
6 G. ARINC 429
There are no alignment adjustments for the ARINC 429 transmitter and
receivers. However, the following test is to be performed following
service to any of the circuitry associated with the ARINC 429
transmitter/receiver.
(1) Close test harness Switch S11.
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6. H. RS-232
(2) Monitor the voltage at THTP2 (429 A line) and THTP1 (429 B line)
with the oscilloscope. The following table indicates acceptable
voltage level ranges for these two signals.
SIGNAL "HI" "NULL" "LO"
429 XMIT A +3.75 V MIN. 0 V ± 0. 25V -3.75 V MAX
429 XMIT B -3.75 V MAX. 0 V ± 0. 25V +3.75 V MIN
There are no alignment adjustments for the RS-232
transmitters/receivers. However, the following test is to be
performed following service to any of circuitry associated with the
RS-232 transmitters/receivers.
(1) The bit rate should be 9600 baud ± 96 baud. Since the same
timebase is utilized for the GPS receiver interface and external
RS-232 channels except for the DATA LOADER IN/OUT, the Baud Rate
can be checked indirectly by verifying that the GPS receiver
error message (NO RCVR DATA) does not appear on the MESSAGE Page.
If an error message does not appear, then the RS-232 Baud Rate is
OK. If the message appears, further investigation is required
to determine whether the problem is on the main module, the 155-
02725-0000 Cable Assembly, or the GPS receiver module. The DATA
LOADER IN/OUT baud rate must be verified with an oscilloscope or
other means (THTP 14).
(2) Close test harness Switches S12 and S13.
(3) Monitor the voltage level of THTP6 (RS-232 OUT) and THTP 14 (DATA
[BLOADER OUT) of the test harness using the oscilloscope. The
output levels required are defined in the table below.
+3 volts min (SPACE condition)
-3 volts max (MARK condition)
NOTE: The data loader harness (155-02794-0001) must not be
installed during this test.

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6. I. RMI Alignment
There is no alignment for the RMI Output; however, the following test
is to be performed following service to any of the circuitry
associated with the RMI Output.
(1) Monitor THTP3 with an oscilloscope.
(2) Verify that the HIGH state is not less than +8.0V.
(3) Verify that the LOW state is not more than +1.0v.
(4) Repeat steps (1) through (3) at THTP4 and THTP5.
7. Retest Procedure
After a fault has been isolated and repaired, the unit should be subjected
to the functional test in the 11 Testing" section of this manual to ensure
that the repaired area is operating correctly and that other areas have
not been damaged during the repair procedure.
8. Service Information
A. Proper Test Equipment Usage
Semiconductor devices and integrated circuits are frequently damaged
by accidentally applying excessive voltage or current to the device
elements. These causes for failure are reduced with proper test
equipment.
(1) Do not use multimeters with sensitivities leas than
500-ohms-per-volt. Use either a 20,000-ohms-per-volt multimeter
or a vacuum tube voltmeter.
(2) Do not use test equipment with transformer-less power supplies
unless an isolation transformer is used in the ac power line.
(3) Use a conductive table top for testing and connect the table top
to the ground conductor of the 60Hz power line.
(4) Some test equipment is designed with a liner filter across the ac
input. This could result in accidentally applying 55 volts ac to
the semiconductor device. To eliminate this possibility, always
connect a ground wire from the test equipment chassis to the
chassis of the unit-under-test (UUT) prior to making any other
connections.
(5) All low impedance equipment (such as pulse generators, etc.)
should be disconnected before de power supplies are turned off.

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8.
B. Capacitor Checking
When checking tantalum capacitors, care should be taken to ensure that
the maximum de working voltage, as marked on the capacitor, is not
exceeded and that the polarity markings on the capacitor are observed
when applying voltage. Disregarding polarity markings or exceeding
the de working voltage may permanently damage the capacitor.
C. Transistor Testing
When testing transistor junctions for relative resistance, care should
be taken to ensure that the semiconductor junctions are not damaged.
Typically, this can be done by using a relatively low ohmmeter range
setting, i.e. RXIOO to RXIOOO ohms, for forward biasing tests; and a
higher ohmmeter range setting, i.e. RXIO,OOO, for reverse biasing
tests. Using too high a range setting can damage the junctions;
therefore, consult the individual component's specification sheet to
ensure that the proper biasing is performed for each junction and that
the ohmmeter range setting is correct for that specific component.
D. Integrated Circuits
(1) Series 54/74 Integrated Circuits
Type-number identification is becoming increasingly complex for
the 54/74 series of integrated circuits. These chips were
originally referred to as TTL; however, many different type
numbers now apply to chips that perform the same logical
function, although specifications (temperature, speed, power,
etc.) and interior configurations may be different. Usually, the
only difference in the type numbers involves the alpha characters
immediately following the 54/74 designation. Refer to figure 103
as a guideline in determining the specific specifications of each
type.

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8. D. (1)

ALPHA CHARACTER SIGNIFICANCE


NONE Standard Transistor-Transistor-Logic (TTL)
S Schottky-clamped TTL device. Contains the integrated
Schottky-Barrier diode-clamped transistor circuitry.
LS Low-power Schottky TTL device.
AS Advanced Schottky TTL device.
ALS Advanced Low-power Shottky TTL device.
HC High-speed CMOS device. Requires special ESDS handling.
HCT High-speed CMOS with TTL input voltage level
compatibility. Requires special ESDS handling.
AC Advanced CMOS device. Requires special ESDS handling.
ACT Advanced CMOS with input TTL compatibility. Requires
special ESDS handling.

54/74 Series IC Alpha Character Significance


Figure 103
Most chips are available in both 54 series and 74 series type
numbers. The 54 series have an operating temperature
specification of -55°C to 125°C, and the 74 series have a
temperature specification of ooc to 70°C.
(2) Integrated Circuit Diagrams
This section contains descriptions of certain integrated circuits
as an aid to understanding the operation of this equipment. Only
more complex or uncommon integrated circuits are included in this
section as information on basic logic elements, op-amps, and
other simple circuits are readily available from publications
such as general IC databooks or basic electronic theory. A
listing of those circuits included is shown in figure 104.

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8. D. (2)

AlliedSignal FIGURE 105 TYPE DESCRIPTION


PART NUMBER SHEET NO. NUMBER
120-02208-0004 1 80C186 MICROPROCESSOR
120-02456-0000 2 82050 UART
120-08030-0000 3 N.A. ARINC 429
123-00390-0003 4 74HC390 COUNTER
123-00393-0003 5 74HC393 COUNTER
123-04046-0003 6 4046 PLL

Index to Integrated Circuit Diagrams


Figure 104

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8 D. (2)

80C186

AD15 HLDA (OUTPUT)


A07 HOLD (INPUT)
A014 SRDY
AD6 48 ~
AD13 47 TEST/BUSY
A05 46 NMI
AD12 PIN # 1 INDENTIFIER 45 INTO
AD4 68 LEAD PLCe SQUARE PACKAGE 44 INTl
vee PIN-OUT (TOP VIEW) 4.3 vee
A011 42 INT2/INTAO
A0.3 41 INT3/INTA1
AD10 40 DT/R
AD2 39 15tN
AD9 38 MCSO/PEREQ
AD1 37 MCS1/ERROR
AD8 .36 MCS2
ADO 35 MCS3/INPS
18 20 22 28 30 32 34

INT 3 j'iNTA1
BLOCK OIAGR AM TMR OUT 0
INT2/iNTAO
CLKOUT vee GND NMI INT1
TMR OUT 1
-mr-- ll INTO TMR It 1
1 T~t IN 0

J _I
PROGRAMMABLE
TIMERS
X1 X2 7x"ECUTIO~N;-;l 0 1 2
CLOCK MAX COUNT~
16-BIT
GENERATOR ALU
I PROGRAMMABLE
REGISTER 8
INTERRUPT MAX COUNT
POWER
SAVE
16-BIT
I CONTROLLER REGISTER A
LOGIC CONTROL REGISTERS
GENERAL I
CONTROL
REGISTERS
I PURPOSE
REGISTERS
I
CONTROL
REGISTERS
16-BIT
COUNT REGISTER

t r INTERNAL BUS fl
<;::
,r-l> DRAM CHIP-SELECT
I
PROGRAMMABLE
DRQ 0
r-r- ORO 1

BUS INTERFACE
REFRESH UNIT DMA UNIT
SRDY UNIT UNIT 0 1
AROY 20-BIT
SOURCE
..;;..;____ POINTERS
16-BIT
~ SEGMENT
20-BIT
HLDA OESTINAION
REGISTERS POINTERS
6-BYTE
~
=.;;___
PREFETCH
QUEUE
I CONTROL
REGISTERS
PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROL
REGISTERS
'---v
1-
16-BIT
TRANSFER COUNT
CONTROL
REGISTERS
{( I
A~·L
AD15
Xs;s3
A19/S6
ALE ~ ~
~ rrs ~
DT/R 1m v
~ 'BH! ~

Integrated Circuit Diagrams


Figure 105 (Sheet 1 of 6)
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8 D. (2)

82050 f'.. C.O L.() ~ f"') N


0000000

INT DO
TXD A2
vss 7 A1
PIN OUT
OUT2/X2 (TOP VIEW) AO
CLK/X1 vee
Rl RD
DSR WR

O,Ul,~,U1 f-lcn
I§ X
~
f- f-
u
I-
0 ~
w u
Ul
w
~

)
_ _J
BLOCK DIAGRAM

Vee
Vss

TxD

!NT BUS
INTERFACE
RESET RxO
UNIT
RO
WR
es 16X 16X
RxC TxC

OUT2
Rl
OSR
eLKXl
MODEM 1/0 -+--DeD
X2 DTR
RTS
eTS

) Integrated Circuit Diagrams


Figure 105 (Sheet 2 of 6)
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8 D. (2)

ARINC 429 LSI

CONNECTION
DIAGRAM

(TOP VIEW)

This ARINC 429 transceiver is an AlliedSignal LSI which contains one


transmitter and three receivers to provide ARINC 429 communications.

Integrated Circuit Diagrams


Figure 105 (Sheet 3 of 6)
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8 D. (2)

74390

CONNECTION
DIAGRAM BCD COUNT SEQUENCE BI-QUINARY COUNT SEQUENCE
COUNT OUTPUTS COUNT OUTPUTS
Qo Q1 Q2 Q3 Qo Q1 Q2 Q3
0 L L L L 0 L L L L
1 H L L L 1 L H L L
2 L H L L 2 L L H L
3 H H L L 3 L H H L
4 L L H L 4 L L L H
c::
5 H L H L ..) H L L L
6 L H H L 6 H H L L
7 H H H L 7 H L H L
8 L L L H 8 H H H L
9 H L L H 9 H L L H

NOTE: NOTE:
Output Q0 connected to nCP 1 Output Q3 connected to nCPo
with counter input on nCPo. with counter input on nCP1.
(TOP VIEW)

H HIGH vol to.ge level


_) L = LO'W vot to.ge level

"CP,

ePo-----t

1MR

_) Integrated Circuit Diagrams


Figure 105 (Sheet 4 of 6)
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8 D. (2)

74393
CONNECTION
DiAGRAM
CP OUTPUTS
COUNT QO Ql Q2 Q3
0 L L L L
1 H L L L
2 L H L L
3 H H L L
4 L L H L
5 H L H L
6 L H H L
7 H H H L
8 L L L H
9 H L L H
10 L H L H
11 H H L H
(TOP VIEW) 12 L L H H
13 H L H H
14 L H H H
15 H H H H
CP MR OUTPUT
_r L NO CHANGE

~ L COUNT
X H LLLL
X Don't Cor-e

Integrated Circuit Diagrams


Figure 105 (Sheet 5 of 6)
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8 D. (2)

4046 CONNECTION
DIAGRAM

(TOP VIEW)

PIN DESCRIPTION
Pin No. Symbol Name Function
1 PC PouT Phase Comparator Pulse Output
2 PC1ouT Phose Comparator 1 Output
3 COM PIN Comparator input
4 VCOouT VCO Output
5 INH Inhibit Input
6 C1A Capacitor C 1 Connection A
7 C1B Capacitor C 1 Connection B
8 GND Ground (OV) Vss
9 VCO IN VCO Input
10 DEMouT Demodulator Output
11 R1 Resistor R 1 Connection
12 R2 Resistor R2 Connection
13 PC2ouT Phase Comparator 2 Output
14 SIG IN Signal Input
15 PC3ouT Phase Comparator 3 Output
16 Vee Positive Supply Voltage

Integrated Circuit Diagrams


, __ ) Figure 105 (Sheet 6 of 6)
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8. E. Test Points
Information to be supplied at a later date.
F. Summary of Unit Modifications
The "Summary Of Units Modifications" page summarizes the unit
modifications by the unit modification number, the modules affected,
the subassembly modification number, the reason for the change, the
serial number of the unit when the modification became effective, and
the service bulletin if available. The "Summary Of Changes To" page
for each assembly provides additional modification information.
G. Schematic Diagram, Circuit Module Component Layout, and Summary of
Changes
The main frame assembly schematic diagram illustrates the intercabling
between the circuit module assemblies and the main frame assembly.
Each circuit module is illustrated by a schematic diagram and circuit
module component layout diagram.
Each diagram is covered by a "Summary Of Changes To" page.
All assembly modifications are described in detail. If the
modification is too extensive to be verbally described, or numerous
changes have already been described verbally, a current version of the
schematic is added to the existing schematic.

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SUMMARY OF UNIT MODIFICATIONS


PART NUMBER 066-04031-0111, -0211, -0311, -0411,

UNIT MOOULE(S) SUBASSY. EFF. SERVICE


MOO AFFECTED MOD. REASON UNIT BULLETIN
NO. NO. S/N NO.*

*SEE SERVICE BULLETIN LIST IN FRONT OF MANUAL


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- ---- - -----


.6S3 ± .007

'~-)
CUT OUT DIMENSIONS
FOR DATA LOADER CON~ECTOR
!REF. 6/M 050-03096-0000l

1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 2 . 5 5 0 (31.8771 -------------------1
~--------------- 11.113 128.2271 ----------------1-'h-
1--
©I
I ~.
1

I
603
4.0721 l
----4

I
-c--r
!.,::;,..,
!3, 1751
I
I
CUTOUT DIMENSIONS FOR BEHIND
~-- i

I
I
i

1.975
!5,0171

0,.....,..,..---! L __ L AiRCRAFT ~ANEL MOUNT


i

-~--
~L-.J..Jl...~~~-
.362 i

r.s:s1 ---------------------T-~
f
L:

0 i - - - - - - - - - 6 . 188 I 15.7181 ---------1

~--

~
I
I
CUTOUT DIMENSIONS FOR FRONT . 2.050
I r5.zo71
AIRCRAFT ?ANEL MOUNT :

t_l
u ©
~

lJI"f'
I
3.150

i---------6.320 I l6.0531---------i

L..OCK DOWN-.,
SCREW \,
, _ _ - - - - - - - 6 . 3 1 2 I 16.0321 - - - . l , - ------1~

1.250
13. i751 2.000
15.0801

~-------------9.500 124.1301 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - r - - + - - ,437 ,375 I

1.9521

KLN-90A, Outline Drawing


__ ) 155-05818-0000 R3 Figure 106 (Sheet 1 of 2)

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090-00019-0007

j9Qt

SUPPLJEC W/ 030-01426-0000

07!-01541-0000 I FIEF I

• c;.uTJON •
SEE INSTALLATION MANUi\L
FOR COOL I NG REOU I REMENTS
141

NOTES:
l, DIMENSIONS IN I l ARE IN CENTIMETERS, KILOGRAMS.

2 . TOLERi\NCES FOFI P i\NEL CUTOUTS: ~ : ~~~ : : : ~~~:


3. WHEN I NST ALL! NG TWO OR MORE PANEL MOUNTED UN I TS IN A
STACK, THE MOUNTING TRAYS SHALL BE .050 INCHES
!.!27 CMl i\Pi\RT. MOUNTING TRi\YS HAVE .C25 INCH
!.063 CMl DIMPLES BUILT IN, TOP AND BOTTOM, SO THIIT
TWO TRAYS WI LL AUTOMAT I CALLY BE SPACED PROPERLY •
4 . TO DE TERM I NE STACK HE I GHT, USE THE HE ! GHT D l MENS I ON
OF THE FRONT BEZEL •
5. WEIGHT: 6.3 LBS. 12.66 KGI.
6. NOMENCLII T URE SHOWN ON BEZEL FRONT J 5 FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

REF. 6/M 050-03096-0000 INSTALLATION KIT.


030-00134·0000, BNC COIIX CONNECTOR
FOR RG142 CIIBLE TO ANTENNA, NOT SHOWN.

KLN-90A, Outline Drawing


Dwg 155-05818-0000 R3 Figure 106 (Sheet 2 of 2)

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J901
1 - ------------------ IFR ENABLE/VFR ENABLE
2 - ------------------ TAKE HOME (SEE NOTE 1)
3 - ------------------ SDI 1/~
4 - ------------------ EFIS 429 RECEIVER B
5 -
------------------ EFIS 429 RECEIVER A
6------------------- RADAR GRAPHICS 429 RECEIVER B
7- ------------------ RADAR GRAPHICS 429 RECEIVER A
8 - ------------------ AIR DATA 429 RECEIVER B (SEE NOTE 5)
9 - ------------------ AIR DATA 429 RECEIVER A (SEE NOTE 5)
10 ------------------ -OBI OAT A OUT
11 ------------------ -+OBI CLOCK OUT
12 ------------------ -OBI SYNC OUT
13 ------------------ -RS-232 OUT
14 ------------------ -WPT ALERT
15 ------------------ -m
16 ------------------ -+SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #1
17 ------------------ -SPARE ANNUNCIATOR #2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18
19
------------------
------------------
-+NAV SUPER FLAG
-+NAV FLAG + • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .32 33
20
21
------------------
------------------
-++FROM
-+TO
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
22 ------------------ -++RIGHT • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
23 ------------------ -+429 TRANSMITTER B
24 ------------------ -429 TRANSMITTER A
25 ------------------ -++LEFT/NAV FLAG -
26 ------------------ SPARE
27 - ---- -------------- A/C GROUND
28 - ------------------ 28V LIGHT/LIGHT LO (SEE NOTE 2)
29- ------------------ 14V/5V LIGHT (SEE NOTE 2)
30 - ------------------ LEFT OFFSET
31- ------------------ SPARE
32 - ------------------ LIGHT LO (SEE NOTE 2)
33 - ------------------ RIGHT OFFSET
34 ------------------ -+DATA LOADER OUT
35 - --- --------------- OAT A LOADER IN
36- ------------------ RS-232 IN (SEE NOTE 3)
37 ------------------ SPARE
38 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -+ ALT ALERT
39 ------------------ -+ALT ALERT AUDIO
40 - ------------------ 11-33VDC A/C POWER
41 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - D4
42 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A1
43 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A2
44 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A4
45 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B1
46 - - -- - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - B2
47 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - B4
48- ------------------ C1
49 - ---- -------------- C2
50 - - - - - - - - - - - - -- -- - - - C4
-INPUTS OUTPUTS -+
NOTES:
1. THIS PIN SHALL BE LEFT OPEN IN AIRCRAFT INSTALLATIONS.
2. LIGHTING BUS CONNECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
LIGHTING VOLTAGE PIN 28
_H_I_ PIN 29 PIN 32
28V LIGHTING ~ ---ur
14V LIGHTING LO HI LO
SV LIGHTING LO HI LO

3. IF THE INSTALLATION DOES NOT PROVIDE AN INPUT FOR J901 PIN 36 IN THE RS-232 FORMAT, PIN 13 OF
J901 (RS-232 OUT) MUST BE CONNECTED TO PIN 36 OF J901 (RS-232 IN).
4. FORCED AIR COOLING IS REQUIRED.
5. IF THE INSTALLATION DOES NOT PROVIDE AN INPUT FOR ARINC 429 AIR DATA (J901 PINS 8,9), THEN
PINS 23 AND 24 OF P901 MUST BE CONNECTED TO PINS 8 AND 9 OF P901 RESPECTIVELY.

KLN-90A, Connector Pin Function Diagram


Figure 107
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SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO
FRONT PANEL MODULE
PART NUMBER 200-08457-0000

d
SUBASSY. DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE SERVICE EFF
MOD BULLETIN UNIT
NO. NO.* S/N

J *SEE SERVICE BULLETIN LIST IN FRONT OF MANUAL

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NOTE: ADD 200 TO ALL REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


NOTES:
I.E . C1 - C2 0 1

1. APPLY KPN 016-01040-0000 TO ALL EXPOSED SMD


PINS/PADS/SOLDER JOINTS, THRU-HOLE COMPONENT
0 05
0 PINS/PADS/SOLDER JOINTS, AND VIAS, WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF THE FOLLOWING: ALL MOUNTING HOLES,
3D
e 0 EJ 8 El AND E2 CSEE NOTE 4), THE PINS OF Po AND P15
1: 0
0 e BEYOND THE EXTENT OF THE PLASTIC HEADER RELATIUE
TO THE SURFACE OF THE PCB, THE GLASS PORTIONS
0

.
0

'""~ 0 009-08457-0000CREF.
(FARSIDE UIEW l
l OF DS1 THRU DS7, THE TOP FACE OF 51 THRU 57

6/
0
0 0 RELATIVE ~a THE SURFACE OF THE PCB. IT !5 ACCEPTABLE

.
0
a SEE NOTE CIC FOR COVERAGE OF CHIP COMPONENTS, SOT-23 COMPONENTS,
Ill• oQ. R3
NOTE 6 AND C1 TO INCLUDE THE ENTIRE BODY OF THE DEVICE .
a.. ~SEE
.... c
0
c
D
R5
:~ c

D":Gf
0 0
c
c 2. !~STALL Ul THRU US SO THAT BODY IS RECEDED IN
0 c
0R6 0
0
c
c
PC BOARD CUTOUT. PARTS SHOULD ALSO BE AS
0
0
c
c
CENTERED AS POSSIBLE RELATIVE TO CUTOUT.
2C 20
NOTE 7
r'?SEE 3. APPLY LUBRICANT (016-1097-0000J TO THE EXTERIORS
OF 076-02121-0001, 076-01232-0003, 073-00550-0002,
AND INTERIORS OF 073-00923-0002, 073-00924-0001
(~ BEFORE ASSEMBLY.

4. SOLDER WIRE C025-0001B-0099l FROM El AND E2


RlCREF. l CFARS!DE OF PCBJ TO 5208. REFER TO DETAIL 'A"
ON PRGE 2. RFTERWRRDS, RPPLY KPN OL6-0L040-0000 TO
EL AND E2 CNERRSIDE RND FRRSIDEl.

5. APPLY LOCTITE 220 C016-0141l-0000l OR EQUIVALENT


TO SCREW THREADS AS REQUIRED.

6. KEY 8Y REMOVING CNOT CUTTINGJ PIN 13 OF P1S RND


PIN 3 OF P6.

7. MAXIMI2E P.C. BOARD EDGE CLEARANCE OF R1 BEFORE


FIXING POSITION.

8. MRNURL-SOLDERING OF UL THRU U8: HAX!MUM SOLDERING


TEMPERATURE IS 500°F WITH A MAXIMUM DWELL TIME
PER LEAD OF 5 SECONDS. ALLOW A MINIMUM OF 5 SECONDS
PER PART TO COOL AFTER SOLDERING EACH LEAD.
Rl
0
11H1
THl
0 0
HH2
0
MH6 MH7
0

0
052 ~ 0 051

009-08457-0000

88 CNEARSIDE VIEW l

0
HHB Q
Oeo E2
0
E1
0
CRl Ql

DETAILS CTOP VIEWJ


4 PLACES ON NEARSIDE
4 PLACES ON FARSIDE

T~2 0
MH3

0
MHS

0 0
MH!O
B TH9
SCALE 4•1
DETAIL A
SCALE B•1

.J 300-08457-0000 R2 Front Panel Module (Sheet 1 of 2)

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099·00769·0000 (21

031 -00372-0001
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07:3-00550.0002 ( 21
NOTE 3

076-02121·0001
NOTE :3

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r-100 VDC 1 A RMS

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Front Panel Module, Schematic Diagram
Dwg 002-08457-0000 RO Figure 108

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SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO
MAIN MODULE
PART NUMBER 200-08459-0000

d
SUBASSY. DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE SERVICE EFF
MOO BULLETIN UNIT
NO. NO.* S/N

*SEE SERVICE BULLETIN LIST IN FRONT OF MANUAL

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NOTES:
1 . PRIOR TO POST CORTING BOTH SIDES OF P. C. BORRD
WITH KPN 015-01040-0000, MASK OFF THE FOLLOWING;
ALL MOUNTING HOLES EXCEPT MH11 AND MH12 1
04~-0!1)887-0 001 ALL J. 5. ALL SOCKETS. ALL VARIABLE RESISTORS I E1 I E2 I
TP3 I TP12 I TP 13 I AND HEATS INK.

0 0 2. ROD 1000 TO ALL REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


I.E. RB z R1008
013-00050-0DO U 50) R118 = R1118
,-----METAL SURFACE THIS SIDE----~ 3. J3' J4 I J6 I J9' Jll I AND JlS ARE KEYED BY OMITTING
A PIN ON THE PC BOARD. DO NOT INSTALL PINS IN THE
FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: J3 PIN 3, J4 PIN 6,
J6 PIN 3 ( REMOUE PIN, DO NOT CUT l 1 J9 PIN 1 0 ,
J11 PIN 5 1 J15 PIN 13 CRENOUE PIN, DO NOT CUT).
4. C160 IS NOT TO BE USED IF Tl C019-0724<1-0001 l IS USED.
REFER TO 195-00086-0000.

5. ANY LABELS, INKED TEXT, NOTATION, OR OTHER SYMBOLOGY 1


MUST BE ELECTRICALLY NON-CONDUCTIVE IF POSITIONED
INSIDE OF THE AREA INDICATED (NEAR AND FAR SIDE l .
6. FORCE UNDILUTED CONFORMAL COATING C KPN 106-01040-0000)

BETWEEN AND UNDER LEGS OF I44. APPLY HEAVY COAT OF


CONFORNRL COATING TO DASHED-IN AREA SHOWN ON NEARSIDE
AND FARSIDE OF PC BOARD.
7. INSTALL Fl IN THE BIFURCATED TERMINALS ( 008-00038-0001 l
AS SHOWN.

P9D1 8. SOHE PARTS I-lOT USED. REFER TO 200-08459-0000.

9. APPLY LOCTITE 220 C016-01<111-0000 l OR EQUIVALENT ON


SCREW THREADS AS REQUIRED.

10. P90 1 TO BE SOLDERED IN PLACE.


11. CLEAN HEATSINK C04/-0988/-0001 l AND TRANSISTORS (0/5 1
ISO, 04 I 05' 044 I 042) WITH ALCOHOL OR EQUIVALENT
CLEANER PRIOR TO MOUNTING INSULATOR PAD C012-0154/-00 00 l.

c A/A CIA CIC

~
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CR52 I CR56' CRSB CR60 I CR61' CR65, CR68 1
CR63, CRBB, CR99, CR71 THRU CRBO I CR/0 I CRB7,
CRlOO, CR96, CR97, CR9D, CR1 04,

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088-00066-0000( 3) SEE NOTE 6 CTHIS AREA DNL Y, NEAR !. FAR SIDE l 078 032, 04~
DETAILS C TOP UIEW)

-~ 300-08459-0000 R5 Main Module (Sheet 1 of 3)

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NOTE: ADD 1000 TO ALL REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


SEE NOTE 5 ON SHT 1
CNE~R &. FAR SIDE l I.E. RB = R1008
R118 = R1118

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C THIS AREA ONLY, NEAR & FAR SIDE l DETAILS (TOP VIEW l
SCALE 4:1

Dwg 300-08459-0000 R5 Main Module (Sheet 2 of 3)


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089-02545-0003 121~

030-02350-0064
rPSOI l
SEE NOTE LO
030·03045-0000
(,..)1002) BREAK OFF
PROTRUDING
TAB HERE TYP.

12!

012-01547-0000
OSS-07212-0005 NOTE 11
NOTE 9

OFFSET TABS
TYP.

VIEW A·A

047-09887-0001
NOTE 11

099·05903·0003 141-----.Q
NOTE 9 ~

.y 300-08459-0000 RS Main Module (Sheet 3 of 3)

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Main Module, Schematic Diagram


Dwg 002-08459-0000 R6 Figure 109 (Sheet 1 of 6)

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VID£D C!M".
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...Int.,.

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SOME PlliRTS ARE: NOT US(D,


~Cf"ER TO 200-094:S9-000Q/0001.

33Uf" R33 C66


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Main Module, Schematic Diagram


Dwg 002-08459-0000 R6 Figure 109 (Sheet 2 of 6)

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...
NOTE: 7 IIHI:OT•

~
l-· 7

3l P901

Main Module, Schematic Diagram


Dwg 002-08459-0000 R6 Figure 109 (Sheet 3 of 6)

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NOTE: 4

lKHUNT
R159
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--
j-P~~: -:~~- ---§~~; ~:'i~e~?• -1 .-------- DO-l~

NOTE: 3
.IT£47

F'901

SOME: PARTS A~E NOT US£0,


RE:rtR 10 200-0Q.4!S9-0000/00Q1.

- .
'~- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ..j

!
NOTE 7
NOTE

Main Module, Schematic Diagram


Dwg 002-08459-0000 R6 Figure 109 (Sheet 4 of 6)

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P901 32>
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~ ~,LJ----DlH 1.0 '-----'-•'----'--------1.----i:!!zzzZZZliFjZfilif=:ZZZ7zl;;:zzz:zzz=:zzzz2"~V~I5i:zVZ:zZI.Gi:i:Tz:zr<2'i P90!
,j.. ~~~r ~~ CAI02 '\
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MH2 MH3

THl THl MH13 HH14

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JIT£16
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MH1S Ml-116 M><l7 MHlO
NOTE• SOME: PARTS "''tt NOT USE:D.
Rtre::R TO 200-08-4~,-00QCI/0001.

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_, HH!C MHZl MH2C:

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-------- .. ----------- ..............
FIDUCIAL MARKINGS

Main Module, Schematic Diagram


Dwg 002-08459-0000 R6 Figure 109 (Sheet 5 of 6)

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NOTES• 1. 6 AMPS RM$, 12 AMPS PEAK.


2. 2 AMPS RM$.
3. 1 AMP RMS, 60 AMPS PEAK <100 USEC DURATiON, 1HZ REPETITION RAT[)
4. 500 MA RM$.
5. 1000 VDC.
6. 200 VDC.
7. 300 V PULSE <100 USEC DURATION, 1 HZ REPETITION RATE>.
600 V PEAK <10 USEC BURST OF 1 MHZ, 1 HZ REPETITIOI\1 RAT[)
8. 300 V PULSE <10 USEC DURATION, 6.9 KHZ REPETITION RATD.

NOTE• SOME PARTS ARE NOT USED.


REFER TO 200-08459-0000/0001.

Main Module, Schematic Diagram


__ ) Dwg 002-08459-0000 R6 Figure 109 (Sheet 6 of 6)
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SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO
RECEIVER MODULE
PART NUMBER 200-08460-0000

d
SUBASSY. DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE SERVICE EFF
MOD BULLETIN UNIT
NO. NO.* S/N

THIS BOARD IS NOT FIELD SERVICEABLE

_)

___) *SEE SERVICE BULLETIN LIST IN FRONT OF MANUAL

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SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO
POWER SUPPLY MODULE
PART NUMBER 200-08569-0000

d
SUBASSY. DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE SERVICE EFF
MOO BULLETIN UNIT
NO. NO.* SIN

*SEE SERVICE BULLETIN LIST IN FRONT OF MANUAL

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NOTE: ADD 100 TO ALL REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


009-08569-0000( REF. l I.E. C1 = C101
CFARSIDE UIEWl

I NOTES:
150-00032-0010 1. PRIOR TO POST COATING BOTH SIDES OF P.C. BOARD
( 3 PLCS. l WITH KPN 016-01040-0000, MASK OFF THE FOLLOWING;
SEE NOTE 3 ALL MOUNTING AREAS, Jl, R12, AND HEATSINK.

2. MAXIMUM COMPONENT HEIGHT ON NEARSIDE IS 0.90.


MAXIMUM COMPONENT HEIGHT ON FARSIDE IS .080.

3. CUT LENGTH OF TUBING C 150-00032-0010 l TO 1'2" ± 1-a·.


~009-08569-0000CREF. l 4. APPLY LOCTITE 220 C014-01411-0000l DR EQUIUALENT ON
CNEARSIDE UIEWl SCREW THREADS AS REQUIRED.

5. CLEAN BACK CF Qi AND MATING AREA OF HEATSINK


SEE NOTE 6 (047-09892-00011 WITH ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL BEFORE MOUNTING
INSULATOR C012-01548-0000l.

6. KEY PIN 10 OF Jl BY REMOUING PIN.


150-00004-0010
( 2 PLCS. l

0
r
5 5 D
SEE SHT 2
FOR MOUNTING DETAILS
A NIC
~8 E
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G
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CRl, CR8, CR9 02 03, Q6 04 Q5 CR16
07, 08

0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 00 0
~047-09892-0001

DETAILS 4:1
--{ 1--
.J 300-08569-0000 R4 Power Supply Module (Sheet 1 of 2)

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THICK FLANGE TO 089-05903-0003 121


FARSIDE OF BOARD.
NOTE 4

.......#'~
009-08569-0000
0
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........._

' LC
........._
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B B
012-01548-0000 VIEW A-A

047·09915-0001

047-09892-0001
NOTE 5
BREAK OFF
PROTRUDING
TAB HERE.

VIEW B-B

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L3
lOUH 12 AMPS PEAK 6 AMPS RMS NOTE l <C12 TO Tl>
2!1Z"422ZZ:ZZZ:ZZ'4;;zL.- -·~-.~--..___12;~:ZZZZZZ2222722~:ZZ:Z:zzz:z:zzL:zzz:zzz:zzz:zz:zzzzz:z:z2:zzzzzzZ'ZZL:zzz:z;zz:zzz:zz:z2Z.2i:1 NOTE: ADD 100 TO ALL
IF!L T. I ~~
A/C PI,/R
4 ~ l C16 + ~ C15., , + ~ C12 .!.:: R20 REFERENCE DE SIGNA TORS.
T lUF :::~ lBOUF ::~ 560UF >10
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NOTE 1
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3)
COMPONENT TERMINAL THRU-HDLES <LEADED PARTS>.
C16 TO BE POSITIONED AT CLOSEST POSSIBLE
T T
PROXIMIT'Y TO Jl PINS INDICATED.
4) MOUNTING HOLES NOT ELECTRICALLY CONNECTED TO
ANY NODE ON THE BOARD <INCLUDING GROUND).

Power Supply Module, Schematic Diagram


__ ) Dwg 002-08569-0000 RO Figure 110

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DISASSEMBLY
1. Genera 1
This section provides information for disassembly of the KLN 90A GPS RNAV.
Disassembly procedures are to be accomplished only when repairs or
modifications are required, and only to the extent that is required by the
repair, or as directed in the modification Service Bulletin. This section
contains the recommended procedure for removal of all PC modules and
subassemblies. Refer to the Illustrated Parts List (IPL) as an aid in
disassembly. Component reference designators are used as item numbers in
the IPL drawings to identify specific components. Components (including
fasteners, other attaching hardware, sockets, etc.) without reference
designators are identified by their AlliedSignal part number. The Group
Assembly Parts List, located in the IPL section, is arranged in sequential
number sequence for components without reference designators followed by
components with reference designators arranged in alpha-numeric sequence.
Refer to the Typical Parts List illustration in the IPL for specifics on
component information.
If the part is an assembly that can be further disassembled, its
subassemblies, detail parts, and their associated attaching hardware are
-) listed directly after the parent assembly and its attaching hardware.
Complete disassembly should not normally be undertaken. Provisions have
been made in the design of the unit to make complete disassembly
unnecessary except to replace a damaged mechanical part that cannot be
reached otherwise.
WARNING: REMOVE ALL POWER FROM THE UNIT BEFORE DISASSEMBLY OF ANY
COMPONENT, PC BOARD (MODULE), OR SUBASSEMBLY FROM THE KLN 90A.
BESIDES BEING DANGEROUS TO LIFE, VOLTAGE TRANSIENTS CAN CAUSE
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO ESDS DEVICES, REFER TO PARAGRAPH 2.A. IN THE
REPAIR SECTION BEFORE HANDLING MOS AND CMOS DEVICES.
CAUTION: EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN DISCONNECTING AND RECONNECTING
MULTIPIN CONNECTORS TO ENSURE THAT CONNECTORS ARE NOT DAMAGED BY
MISALIGNMENT OF PINS.
2. Recommended Disassembly Procedures
A. Unit Cover Removal (Bottom)
(1) Rotate unit until bottom unit cover faces up.
(2) Remove six screws (089-06008-0003), three from each side, from
both the right and left lower sides of the unit.
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2. A.
(3) Remove one screw (089-06008-0003), located at the center of the
back lower edge of the chassis, and one screw (089-06008-0016)
from the bottom unit cover.
(4) Remove cover (047-09992-0001) and attached insulator
(012-01236-0000) from chassis.
B. Main Module Removal
(1) Follow the procedure detailed in Paragraph 2.A.
(2) Remove data base cartridge (071-01523-030X) from the back of the
unit.
(3) Remove two screws (089-06008-0003), one from each side of J901
(030-02350-0064) on main module (205-00677-0000).
(4) Remove main module from chassis. Cables will allow the module to
rotate to the left (facing the unit) and lie next to the chassis.
NOTE: The main module is still attached to the cathode-ray
tube (CRT) assembly by a high voltage (H.V.) splice
which must be severed if the main module is to be
removed.
CAUTION: EXERCISE CARE TO MINIMIZE BENDING AT THE POTTED ENDS OF
THE HIGH VOLTAGE SPLICE.
(5) Disconnect cables 155-02780-0000, 155-02781-0000, 155-02782-0000,
155-02783-0000.
C. Front Panel Assembly Removal and Disassembly
(1) Follow the procedures detailed in Paragraphs 2.A. and 2.8. to
gain access to the assembly.
(2) Remove four screws, two per side, (089-06457-0003 gray or
089-05111-0003 black) from the left and right sides of the front
panel assembly (200-05195-000X).
(3) Remove the front panel assembly by pulling forward.
(4) Front panel disassembly procedure.
(a) Locate the three outer knobs (073-00865-0002,
073-00867-0002, 073-00866-0005) Loosen the set screws
contained within each knob and remove the knobs.

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2. c. (4)
(b) Remove the two inner knobs (073-00866-0002).
(c) Remove the seven screws (089-06119-0004) along the top and
bottom of the switch module assembly.
(d) Separate the bezel (073-00917-00XX) from the front panel
module (200-08457-0XXX).
NOTE: The function buttons (088-02419-005X) are held in
place by the mating of the bezel and front panel
module. These components will now be loose.
(e) Push out inserts (088-03024-000X) from the rear of the
bezel.
D. Power Supply Module Removal
(1) Follow the procedures detailed in Paragraphs 2.A. and 2.8. to
gain access to the power supply module.
(2) Locate power supply cover (047-9889-0001). Press tabs on the
power supply cover while lifting. Cover will hinge to the right
for removal.
(3) Remove power supply cover and insulator (012-01546-0000).
(4) Remove two screws (089-06008-0003) from right side of chassis.
(5) Remove power supply module (200-08569-0000) by lifting upward out
of the shield.
E. Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT) Removal and Disassembly
(1) Follow the procedures detailed in Paragraphs 2.A. and 2.8. to
gain access to the CRT assembly.
(2) Locate CRT cover (047-09934-0001, 047-10693-0000 with Mod 2).
Press on one side to remove cover tabs from chassis
(200-05193-0000) and lift. Once loose, remove the tabs on the
opposite side and remove cover.
(3) Rotate chassis 90° to access the CRT stop (clamping) screw (FHP
4-40X3/16), a part of the CRT stop assembly 047-10000-0001,
047-10694-0000 with Mod 2). Loosen the CRT stop screw located
near the front center of the main chassis.
(4) Slide CRT out of stop assembly and remove CRT from chassis.
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2. E.
(5) Disconnect cable (P4 200-08459-0000) from CRT.
(6) Sever the splice in the high voltage lead.
F. Unit Cover Removal (Top)
(1) Remove the four screws (089-06008-0007) that secure the top cover
(047-09993-0001) to the chassis (200-05193-0000).
(2) Remove cover and insulator (012-01484-0000) from chassis.
NO~E: This removal procedure will access the GPS receiver
module. Removal of the front panel assembly or bottom
unit cover is not necessary to access this module.
NOTE: Hardware that attaches the top cover to the chassis
assembly also secures the GPS receiver module.
G. GPS Receiver Module Removal
(1) Follow the procedure detailed in Paragraph 2.F. The GPS receiver
(205-00676-0000) module should be exposed and loose within the
unit.
(2) Remove receiver module by lifting upward and swinging to the
right (as you face the unit).
(3) Remove the two screws (089-06004-0002) securing the GPS antenna
connector to the main chassis.
(4) Disconnect the ribbon cable (155-02725-0000) from the GPS
receiver module.
NOTE: The ribbon cable will flex to allow the receiver module
to be positioned in a way to gain access to the cable
connection.
CAUTION: THE RIBBON CABLE IS ROUTED THROUGH A CUTOUT IN THE
CHASSIS ASSEMBLY. EXERCISE EXTREME CARE WHEN FLEXING
THE RIBBON CABLE OR DISCONNECTING IT FROM THE RECEIVER
MODULE TO ENSURE THAT THE RIBBON CABLE IS NOT DAMAGED
BY CONTACT WITH THIS CHASSIS CUTOUT.
(5) Remove the GPS receiver from the unit.

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CLEANING

1. General
This section contains information to aid in the cleaning of the component
parts and subassemblies of the KLN 90A.
WARNING: GOGGLES ARE TO BE WORN WHEN USING PRESSURIZED AIR TO BLOW DUST
AND DIRT FROM EQUIPMENT. ALL PERSONNEL SHOULD BE WARNED AWAY
FROM THE IMMEDIATE AREA.
WARNING: OPERATIONS INVOLVING THE USE OF A CLEANING SOLVENT SHOULD BE
PERFORMED UNDER A VENTILATED HOOD. AVOID BREATHING SOLVENT VAPOR
AND FUMES; AVOID CONTINUOUS CONTACT WITH THE SOLVENT.

2. Recommended Cleaning Agents


Figure 401 lists the recommended cleaning agents to be used during
overhaul of the KLN 90A.
- -) NOTE: Equivalent substitutes listed in 3.B. may be used for cleaning
agents.

TYPE USED TO CLEAN

Denatured Alcohol Exterior Surfaces


Isopropyl Alcohol or Interior Surfaces
agents listed in 3.B.
Glass Cleaner (Windex CRT
or equivalent

Recommended Cleaning Agents


Figure 401

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3. Recommended Cleaning Procedures


A. Exterior
(1) Wipe dust cover and front panel with a lint-free cloth dampened
with denatured alcohol.
(2) Use a clean camel-hair brush saturated with denatured alcohol to
remove any foreign matter from the rear connector.
(3) Clean CRT with a lint-free cloth slightly dampened with Windex or
other non-abrasive type glass cleaner.
(4) If necessary, open any blocked ventilation holes by first
saturating the debris clogging the apertures with denatured
alcohol and then blowing the loosened material out with an air
stream.
B. Interior
CAUTION: ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS CAN BE DAMAGED BY
HALOGENATED HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS. AlliedSignal RECOMMENDS
"ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL" AS A SAFE CLEANING SOLVENT FOR PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARDS CONTAINING ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS.
SOLVENTS WHICH MAY BE USED ARE AS FOLLOWS: )
SAFE SOLVENTS
Isopropyl Alcohol
Methyl Alcohol
Butyl Alcohol
Propyl Alcohol
Ethyl Alcohol
Calgonite™ (Detergent)
Xylene

CAUTION: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS CONTAINING ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC


CAPACITORS SHALL NOT BE CLEANED WITH THE FOLLOWING SOLVENTS:
UNSAFE SOLVENTS
Freon TF, TMC
Trichloroethane
Carbon Tetrachloride
ALL™ (Detergent)
Chloroform
Methylene Chloride
Trichloroethylene

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3. B.
Remove each module subassembly. Then remove any foreign matter from
the casting.
{1) Casting covers and shields should be cleaned as follows:
{a) Remove surface grease with a lint-free cloth.
{b) Blow dust from surfaces, holes, and recesses using an air
stream.
{c) If necessary, use a solvent and scrub until clean, working
over all surfaces and into all holes and recesses with a
suitable non-metallic brush.
{d) Position the part to dry so the solvent is not trapped in
holes or recesses. Use an air stream to blow out any trapped
solvent.
{e) When thoroughly clean, touch up any minor damage to the
finish.
{2) Assemblies containing resistors, capacitors, rf coils, inductors,
transformers, and other wired parts should be cleaned as follows:
) CAUTION: AVOID AIR-BLASTING SMALL TUNING COILS AND OTHER DELICATE
PARTS.
{a) Remove dust and dirt from all surfaces, including all parts
and wiring, using soft-bristled brushes in conjunction with
air stream.
CAUTION: SOLVENT SHOULD NOT BE USED TO CLEAN ELECTRICAL
COMPONENTS, COUPLERS, NYLON BUSHINGS, OR RUBBER
GROMMETS. CLEAN THESE ITEMS USING A WASHING BATH OF
LIQUID DETERGENT AND WATER.
EXCESS CLEANING SOLVENT MUST NOT BE PERMITTED TO
ACCUMULATE IN ANY OF THE ADJUSTMENT SCREW CREVICES AND
THUS SOFTEN OR DISSOLVE THE ADJUSTMENT SCREW OR ITS
SEALANT.
{b) Any dirt that cannot be removed in this way should be removed
with a brush {not synthetic) saturated with an approved
solvent such as mentioned above. Use of a clean, dry,
compressed air stream {25 to 28 psi) is recommended to remove
any excess solvent.

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CHECK

1. General
This section provides instructions and information to perform a visual
inspection of the KLN 90A.
2. Inspection Procedures
A. Dust Covers
Inspect the dust covers for dents, deformation, or damage ~o the finish
that should be repaired.
B. Front Pane 1
Check that the name plate and any other plates or stickers are secure;
and that hardware is tight.
c. Chassis
-) Inspect the chassis for loose or missing mounting hardware,
deformation, dents, damaged fasteners, or damaged connectors. Check
that the serial number tag and any other plates or stickers are secure;
and that hardware is tight. In addition, check for corrosion or damage
to the finish that should be repaired.
D. Circuit Boards
Inspect for loose, broken, or corroded terminal connections;
insufficient solder or improper bonding; fungus, mold, or other
deposits; and damage such as cracks, burns, or charred track.
E. Connectors
Inspect the connector bodies for broken parts; check the insulation for
cracks; and check the contacts for damage, misalignment, corrosion, or
bad plating. Check for broken, loose, or poorly soldered connections
to the terminals of the connectors. Inspect connector hoods and cable
clamps for crimped wires.
F. Terminal Connections
Inspect for corrosion or loose connections.

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2.
G. Wiring
Inspect the wiring of the chassis and subassemblies for any signs of
physical damage or charring.
H. Capacitors
Inspect capacitors for case or body damage and for loose, broken, or
corroded terminal connections.
I. Resistors and Diodes
Inspect for blistered, charred, or cracked bodies; also check for
loose, broken, or corroded terminal connections.
J. Filters and Inductors
Inspect for damage to body or casting and for loose, broken, or
corroded terminal connections. Check for secure mounting to chassis.
K. Transformers
Inspect for damage to case and for signs of excessive heating; also,
check for loose, broken, or corroded terminal connections.
L. Transistors and Integrated Circuits
Inspect for damage to body or casing and for secure and appropriate
attachment to their respective sockets.
M. Terminal Connections, Soldered
(1) Inspect for cold soldered or rosin joints. Bad joints can be
recognized by a dull porous appearance.
(2) Check for excessive solder, insufficient solder, or solder
splashes resulting from previous repair.
(3) Check for corrosion at the terminal connections.
N. Rotary Switches
Check for proper mechanical operation: no binding or looseness should
be seen.

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2.
0. Printed Circuit Boards
Inspect for loose, broken or corroded terminal connections and damage,
such as cracks, burns, or charred tracks. In addition check for
insufficient solder, proper bonding, fungus, mold or other deposits
that should be repaired.
P. Hardware and Metal Parts
Inspect for bent, warped, or corroded parts; check plating, painting,
and identification stencils. Check also for exposed or scarred
surfaces.
Q. Insula tors
Inspect for looseness andjor evidence of damage such as burned areas,
cracks, and broken or chipped edges.

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REPAIR
1. General
This section contains information required to perform limited repairs on the
KLN 90A Control Unit. The repair or replacement of damaged parts in
airborne electronic equipment usually involves standard service techniques.
In most cases, examination of drawings and equipment reveals several
approaches to perform a repair. However, certain repairs demand following
an exact repair sequence to ensure proper operation of the equipment.
After correcting a malfunction in any section of the unit, it is recommended
that a repetition of the functional test of the unit be performed.
CAUTION: THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE (ESDS)
DEVICES. ALL MODULES CONTAINING ESDS DEVICES ARE FLAGGED OR
IDENTIFIED ON SCHEMATICS AND ASSEMBLY ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ARE
INDIVIDUALLY IDENTIFIED IN THE PARTS LIST. ALL ESDS DEVICES MUST
BE HANDLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN THE REPAIR
SECTION OF THIS MANUAL. SECTION 2. B. DETAILS ESDS HANDLING
PRECAUTIONS.
=> 2. Repair
WARNING: VOLTAGES DANGEROUS TO LIFE EXIST. REMOVE ALL POWER BEFORE
PROCEEDING WITH REPAIR.
A. Repair Precautions
(1) Refer to paragraph 2.8. for special ESDS and MOS handling
precautions.
(2) Perform repairs and replace components with power disconnected
from equipment.
(3) Use a conductive table top for repairs and connect table to ground
conductors of 60Hz and 400Hz power lines.
(4) Replace connectors, coaxial cables, shield conductors, and twisted
pairs ONLY with identical items.
(5) Reference "component side" of a printed circuit board in this
manual means the side on which components are located; "solder
side" refers to the other side. The standard references are
as follows: nearside is the component side; farside is the solder
side; on surface mount boards with components on both sides the
nearside is the side that has the J#### and P#### connector
numbers.
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2. A.
(6) When repa1r1ng circuits, carefully observe lead dress and
component orientation. Keep leads as short as possible and
observe correct repair techniques.
(7) There are certain soldering considerations with surface mount
components. The soldering iron tip should not touch the ceramic
component body. The iron should be applied only to the
termination-solder filet.
(8) Observe cable routing throughout instrument assembly, prior to
disassembly, to enable a proper reinstallation of cabling during
reassembly procedures.
B. Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESDS) Protection
Devices sensitive to electrostatic discharge are used in this
equipment. These devices, including Metal Oxide.Semiconductors, some
metal film resistors, and other devices, are susceptible to damage by
electrostatic charges or high-voltage fields. Because of the very high
resistances in ESDS devices, they can be damaged by electrical sources
that cannot deliver enough current to damage conventional
semiconductors. Therefore, special precautions must be taken during
the handling and repair procedures to prevent damaging the device. The
most common low-energy source causing damage to ESDS devices is the
human body, which generates and retains static electricity, in
conjunction with non-conductive garments and floor covering. An
individual can easily develop several thousand volts of electrostatic
charge while simply walking across the floor or moving around in a
chair. Electrostatic charges of 20 kV have been measured on personnel,
and 35 kV has been measured on their garments.
The capacitive elements in all MOS devices can be destroyed be a
voltage field, even when assembled into the circuit. Similar
capacitive elements in linear integrated circuits, hybrids, and in
bipolar integrated circuits are also susceptible to field voltages.
Not all electrostatic damage will result in immediate catastrophic
failure. Damaged devices may remain operating within the minimum
limits but could experience early field failure or erratic performance.
The following precautions are recommended for ESDS circuits, and are
especially important in low humidity or dry conditions when
electrostatic problems are more prevalent.
CAUTION: ESDS DEVICES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, C-MOS, J-MOS,
PMOS, NMOS, SOCMOS, HMOS, MOS/FET, MICROWAVE MIXER DIODES,
SOME BIPLOAR DEVICES, AND SOME METAL FILM RESISTORS. MOST
DAMAGE TO ESDS DEVICES RESULTS IN DEGRADED PERFORMANCE OR
PREMATURE FAILURE, NOT IN CATASTROPHIC FAILURE AT THE TIME
EXPERIENCED.
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2. B.
{1) Storage
Store and transport all ESDS devices in conductive material. Do
not insert ESDS devices into conventional plastic trays used for
storing and transporting standard semiconductor devices. Special
bags or containers must have a maximum resistivity of 104 ohmsjcm,
or the leads of the device must be shorted together through a
conductive material (special foam) having a maximum resistivity of
104 ohms/em.
Modules, circuit boards, or assemblies containing ESDS devices
must be stored in static shielding bags with a maximum resistivity
of 104 ohms/em in the outer layer of the bag, and 10 12 ohms/em
resistivity in the inner layer.
A caution label shall be attached to the outside of all containers
containing ESDS devices. The ESDS labels are identified in the
advisory information located in the front of this manual. Do not
remove device from container until actually used or tested.
(2) Work Station
All equipment, tools, materials, and personnel at the work station
must be maintained at the same electrical potential. All
grounding connections shall have a common point, and that point
shall be connected to electrical ground.
Soldering irons shall be isolated from the power line by
transformer, or shall be direct current isolated. The soldering
iron must be grounded and have a resistance of less than 0.2 ohm
from the tip to ground when the iron is hot.
Test equipment shall have all exposed metallic surfaces
electrically connected to the test equipment power system ground
{through 200 ohms or less).
Do not use rubber mats, carpets, and rugs in the work station
area. Use grounded conductive mats.
Do not allow nonconductive items on the workbench. This includes
such items as plastic ash trays, cellophane wrappers, plastic
tools, styrofoam coffee cups, etc.
Maintain the relative humidity higher than 40 percent (minimum) in
the work area.
Keep all material and work surfaces CLEAN in the work area. Wash
with damp cloth when necessary.

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2. B. (2)
Keep the work station static-safe. Periodically check the area
with a static meter. When a dangerous reading is observed, remove
the nonconductor or take precautions to prevent contact with ESDS
devices.
(3) Personnel
When handling electrostatic discharge sensitive devices or
assemblies, wear a skin-contact wrist strap connected to the work
station common ground.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT PERSONNEL DIRECTLY TO EARTH OR BUILDING
GROUND. COMMERCIAL GROUNDING STRAPS CONTAIN AN INTERNAL
RESISTANCE OF ABOUT 1 MEGOHM IN THE CORD TO BLEED THE
ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE FROM THE BODY WHILE PROTECTING
PERSONNEL FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
WARNING: DO NOT WEAR GROUND STRAP WHEN TROUBLESHOOTING OR TESTING
HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS WITH POWER APPLIED.
Do not wear smocks, gloves, finger cots, or sleeve protectors made
of plastic, nylon, or rubber in the area where ESDS devices are
handled.
When the operator is properly grounded, contact with the
operator's hand will provide sufficient ground for hand tools or
other tools that may be electrically isolated from ground.
(4) Special Troubleshooting Precautions
In addition to the above considerations, the following specific
precautions should be observed when troubleshooting or repairing
modules containing ESDS devices.
Do not use high velocity dry air for applying heat during
troubleshooting. Special infrared heat devices should be used.
Do not use Freon spray during troubleshooting. To cool
components, use antistatic quick-chill sprays.
Remember, even when the ESDS device is installed on a printed
circuit board it can STILL be damaged by electrostatic discharge.
C. PC Board, Two-Lead Component Removal (Resistors, Capacitors, Diodes,
etc.)
(1) Heat one lead from component side of board until solder flows and
lift one lead from board; repeat for other lead and remove
component (note orientation).
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2. c.
(2) Melt solder in each hole and use a desoldering tool to remove
solder from each hole.
(3) Dress and form leads of replacement component; insert leads into
correct holes.
(4) Solder in place and clip leads on solder side of board.
D. PC Board, Multi-Lead Component Removal (IC's etc.)
(1) Remove component by clipping each lead along both sides. Clip off
leads as close to component as possible. Discard component.
(2) Heat hole from solder side and remove clipped lead from each hole.
(3) Melt solder in each hole and use a desoldering suction tool to
remove solder from each hole.
(4) Insert replacement component observing correct orientation.
(5) Solder component in place from farside of board. Avoid solder
runs. No solder is required on contacts where no tracks exist.
:> E. Replacement of Printed Circuit Board Protective Coating
WARNING: CONFORMAL COATING CONTAINS TOXIC VAPORS! USE ONLY WITH
ADEQUATE VENTILATION!
(1) Clean repaired area of printed circuit board per instructions in
Cleaning section of this manual.
(2) Apply Conformal Coating Humiseal #18-31 HYSOL PC20-35M-01
(Humiseal Division, Columbia Chase Corp., 24-60 Brooklyn Queens
Expressway West, Woodside, N.Y., 11377) P/N 016-01040-0000.
(3) Shake container well before using.
(4) Spray or brush surfaces with smooth, even strokes: if spraying,
hold nozzle 10-15 inches from work surface.
(5) Cure time is ten minutes at room temperature.
F. Programmable Read Only Memory (PROM) Replacement
The read only memory packages are specially programmed devices to
provide specific logic outputs required for the operation of the
control unit. The manufacturer's part (type) number is for the
unprogrammed device and cannot be used. The AlliedSignal part number
J must be used to obtain the correctly programmed device. Refer to the
"Illustrated Parts List" (IPL).
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ASSEMBLY
1. General
This section provides information for assembly of the KLN 90A GPS RNAV.
Assembly procedure is to be followed after the unit has been disassembled
for repair or modified by Service Bulletin.
Refer to the Illustrated Parts List (IPL) to identify all parts.
Normally, parts should be assembled in the reverse numerical sequence
starting with the highest number first. The Group Assembly Parts List
section of the IPL is arranged in sequential number sequence for
components without reference designators followed by components with
reference designators arranged in alpha-numeric sequence. Refer to
Typical Bill Of Material illustration in the IPL for specifics on
component information.
WARNING: REMOVE ALL POWER FROM THE UNIT BEFORE ASSEMBLY OF MODULE.
BESIDES BEING DANGEROUS TO LIFE, VOLTAGE TRANSIENTS CAN CAUSE
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION: EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN DISCONNECTING AND RECONNECTING
MULTIPIN CONNECTORS TO ENSURE THAT CONNECTORS ARE NOT DAMAGED BY
MISALIGNMENT OF PINS.
2. Materials Required For Assembly
Figure 701 lists the materials to be applied during assembly.
NOTE: Equivalent substitutes may be used for listed sealants, staking
compounds, and thermal compounds.

REPRESENTATIVE TYPE QUANTITY USED


Loctite 242 Thin coat to threads of screws
and retaining nuts.
Conformal Coating Humi sea 1 #1B-31 Thin coat on all components,
HYSOL PC20-35M-01 not on connectors.
Adhesive-Sealant RTV 3145 Thin coat for adhesion.
Nylon Cable Tie As required to secure wiring.
Solder, 60% Tin, 40% Lead As required for connections.

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3. Recommended Reassembly Procedures


A. GPS Receiver Module Reinstallation
(1) Reconnect the ribbon cable (155-02725-0000) to the GPS Receiver
module.
CAUTION: THE RIBBON CABLE IS ROUTED THROUGH A CUTOUT IN THE
CHASSIS ASSEMBLY. EXERCISE EXTREME CARE WHEN FLEXING
THE RIBBON CABLE OR RECONNECTING IT TO THE RECEIVER
MODULE TO ENSURE THAT THE RIBBON CABLE IS NOT DAMAGED
BY CONTACT WITH THIS CHASSIS CUTOUT.
(2) Install two screws (089-06004-0002) to secure the GPS antenna
connector to the main chassis.
(3) Reinstall GPS receiver module in chassis assembly
(200-05193-0000).
(4) Follow the procedure detailed in Paragraph 3.B.
B. Unit Cover Replacement (Top)
(1) Reinstall top cover {047-09993-0001) and insulator
(012-01484-0000) in their proper location in the chassis
assembly.
(2) Install four screws (089-06008-0007) that secure the top cover
and insulator to the chassis assembly.
NOTE: Hardware that attaches the top cover to the chassis
assembly also secures the GPS Receiver module.
C. Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT) Reassembly
(1) Reinstall high voltage (H.V.) splice (if severed). H.V. splice
is to be made using the ball solder technique. Area which is to
be covered with shrink tubing must be cleaned with 111-tri-
chlorothane or equivalent prior to shrinking. Handle cleaned
areas with an appropriate contamination minimizing agents such as
cotton gloves.
(2) Reconnect cable (P4 200-08459-0000) to CRT.
(3) Apply tape (012-01366-0000) around connector (P4 cable) and the
front periphery of the display area of the CRT.
(4) Slide CRT into CRT stop assembly (047-10000-0001, 047-10694-0000
with Mod 2) which is a permanent attachment to the chassis
{200-05193-0000).
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3. c.
{5) For units without Mod 2 incorporated, attach CRT support
{088-03049-0000) to CRT cover (047-9934-0000).
{6) Install CRT cover by placing over CRT and snapping into tabs in
the chassis assembly (200-05193-0000).
{7) Secure CRT in stop assembly by tightening the CRT stop (clamping)
screw {FHP 4-40X3/16, a part of the CRT stop assembly).
{8) Follow procedures detailed in paragra~hs 3.F. and 3.G.
respectively.
D. Power Supply Module Reassembly
{1) Reinstall cables (155-02780-0000 and 155-02782-0000).
(2) Position power supply module (200-08569-0000) in its proper
location on the right side of the chassis assembly
{200-08569-0000) and secure with two screws (089-06008-0003).
{3) Install power supply cover insulator (012-01546-0000) and place
hinged tabs of power supply cover (047-9889-0001) in their proper
slots in the chassis. Press on the other side of the cover until
') the tabs on the side opposite the hinged tabs snap into their
proper slots.
(4) Follow procedures detailed in paragraphs 3.F. and 3.G.
respectively.
E. Front Panel Reassembly
(1) Mate the bezel (073-00917-00XX) with the front panel module
{200-08457-000X).
NOTE: The function buttons {088-02419-005X) are held in place
by the mating of the bezel and front panel module.
Ensure that these components are installed in their
proper locations.
(2) Reinstall seven screws (089-06119-0004) along the top and bottom
areas of the switch module assembly.
(3) Replace the two inner knobs (073-00866-0002).
(4) Replace the three outer knobs (073-00865-0002, 073-00867-0002,
073-00867-0005) Tighten the set screws contained within each
knob to secure.
(5) Reinstall cable (P6, 155-02781-0000) .
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3. E.
(6) Reinstall cable (PIS, 155-02783-0000).
(7) Reinstall the front panel assembly in its proper location.
(8) Reinstall- four screws, two per side, (089-06457-0003 gray or
089-05111-0003 black) from the left and right sides of the front
panel assembly (200-05195-000X).
(9) Follow the procedure detailed in Paragraph 3.F and 3.G.
F. Main Module Reassembly
(1) Reinstall cables (155-02780-0000, 155-02781-0000,
155-02782-0000,155-02783-0000).
(2) Place the main module in its proper position and install two
screws (089-06008-0003), one from each side of J901
(030-02350-0064).
(3) Install data base cartridge (071-01523-030X) in the back of the
unit.
(4) Follow the procedure detailed in Paragraph 3.G.
G. Unit Cover Replacement (Bottom)
(1) Reinstall unit cover (047-09992-0001) and its attached insulator
(012-01236-0000) in their proper locations in the chassis
(200-08569-0000).
(2) Reinstall one screw (089-06008-0003), locat~d at the center of
the back lower edge of the chassis, and one screw
(089-06008-0016) in the bottom unit cover.
(3) Reinstall six screws (089-06008-0003), three from each side, from
both the right and left lower sides of the unit.
(4) This completes the bottom unit cover installation.

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SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, AND EQUIPMENT


1. General
This section contains information on special tools, fixtures, and test
equipment used to test, troubleshoot, and repair the KLN 90A GPS RNAV.
2. Equipment Required for Test
Figure 901 is a table listing the test equipment required to perform the
testing and troubleshooting procedures described in this manual.
Equipment other than that listed in figure 901 under REPRESENTATIVE TYPE
can be substituted if their characteristics fulfill those listed under
CHARACTERISTICS REQUIRED.

ITEM DESCRIPTION COMMON NAME CHARACTERISTICS REPRESENTATIVE


REQUIRED TYPE
1 Digital dvm Equivalent to Fluke mode 1
Multi meter Fluke 8010 8010
2 Oscilloscope oscilloscope Equivalent to Tektronix
Tektronix 2215 2215
)
3 GPS GPS Equivalent to Welnavigate
Signa 1 Simulator Welnavigate GS-100
Generator GS-100
4 Memory Memory See 006-15519-0000 AlliedSignal
Offloader Offloader KCA 167A Component KCA 167A
Maintenance Manual
5 KTS 143 test fixture Equivalent to AlliedSignal
Test Fixture . KTS 143 or KTS 143
AlliedSignal
KI 229
6 Test Harness test harness N.A. Fabricate per
schematic
figure 902
7 GPS Antenna GPS antenna Equivalent to AlliedSignal
KA 91 KA 91
071-01545-0XOO

Test Equipment Required


__ ) Figure 901

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2.

5 AMP SLOV BLOW F"USE


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DSl 1

GPS IFR EN•/RMT ON P901


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7
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s22 I L -t-SVDC/AC BUS <+>, ELSE N.C.

~~~~=t ALL TYPES C > LIGHTING BUS SIGNALS

KLN 90A Test Harness


Figure 902 (Sheet 1 of 3}
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2.

SIMULATOR CONNECTION

1
RG 316/U CABLE 3 FT MAX

TYPE N l
0 0 I DC IJELNAVIGATE GS-100
P902 SMA PLUG I BLOCK TO SMA

030-00101-0002
i i I ADAPTOR
GPS SIMULATOR

SMA PLUG IS OMNI SPECTRA P/N 2031-5003-02

DC BLOCK IS INMET P/N 8037 NOTES•

1> EQUIVALENT ITEM MAY BE SUBSTITUTED.


TYPE N ADAPTOR IS OMNI SPECTRA P/N 3082-2240-00
2) ALL RESISTOR TOLERANCES 1%, UNLESS OTHER'w'ISE NOTED.
ALL CAPACITOR TOLEREANCES 5~ UNLESS OTHER'w'ISE NOTEn

3) ALL RESISTOR POIJER RATINGS ARE 118 'w'ATT, UNLESS


OTHERIJISE NOTED.

4) Kl 229 MAY ALSO BE USED TO VERIFY PROPER


OPERATION OF OBI OUTPUT~

KA91 ANTENNA CONNECTION 5) PART OF 050-03213-0000.

{"\
TOTAL C:ASLE: AND CONNE:CTOR LOSS

D {"\
<8 eli AT l575Mh:z

I TNC
I ANTENNA
KA 91

I-=-
P902 1 : : : : PLUG

030-00101-0002 RG 142/U CABLE :r_ .


40 FT MAX

ANTENNA MOUNTED ON 2'x 2'x 118'


ALUMINUt-1 GROUND PLANE ON ROOF.

ANTENNA MUST BE AT LEAST ONE FOOT ABOVE


ALL ROOF OBSTRUCTIONS.

TNC PLUG IS KPN 030-00134-0000.

) KLN 90A Test Harness


Figure 902 (Sheet 2 of 3)
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2.

CROSS SECTION OF KLN 90A CREAR)

< FRONT
~------ REFER TO NOTE 2

150-00038-0000
FORCED AIR CODLING DUCT CHOSE>

0.4 MIN

-)
·-----~--.;:::::,=TO KA 33 BLO\JER ASSEMBLY

FORCED AIR COOLING INPUT PORT


SHRINK TUBING
150-00054-0010

NOTES: 'wARNING:

D EQUIVALENT ITEM MAY BE SUBSTITUTED.


NEVER OPERATE THE KLN 90 \JITHOUT FORCED AIR CODLING
2) COLLAPSE TUBING BY HEAT SHRINKING, ALL THE \JAY AROUND, UNLESS THE UNIT .HAS THE BOTTOM COVER REMOVED AND THE
UNTIL SPECIFIED RECOVERED CHEAT SHRUNK> DIAMETER HAS MAIN BOARD C200-08459-0000> HINGED OPEN TO ALLO\J
BEEN OBTAINED. AMPLE CONVECTION CODLING OF INTERNAL CIRCUITRY.
EVEN IN THIS CONFIGURATION, EXTENDED PERIODS OF
THIS OPERATION RESULTS IN THE FORMATION OF A HNOZZLEn
OPERATION 'v/ITHOUT FORCED AIR ARE NOT RECOMMENDED.
THAT CAN BE INSERTED IN THE FORCED AIR INPUT PORT
LOCATED ON THE REAR OF THE KLN 90A.

_j KLN 90A Test Harness


Figure 902 (Sheet 3 of 3)
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2.

® ® @ @ @
KDA 699 FLAG OUT DME FLAG FLAG IN +
KDA 692 ILS ENRGZ NSF RESET o CALIBRATE oil OBI ILS OBI FLAG o

0 KDA 689 PARITY (429) LABEL


KDI 572/73D4 ON
SUPER FLAG
10/50 BIT
429/568 ~
0
ILS MODE MIC KEY f> DME stLEct COMM + NAV so TEST RNAV MODE
kX 155/165
OBI ILS OBI FLAG Q 0 RMT XFR o RMT XFR Q () 0
KR 87 ET ALARM OUT + ·LI IR ~lSll 0 FLT TR RESET t T/B MT ~
Kl 229 OBI CONT A ~ OBI CONT 8 ~ 'ILS ENRGZ VOR/ADF ~ NSf
APRCH ~ODE ILS ENRGZ 10/50 BIT TACAN SELECT DME COM "FFU[[
KNS 81
OBI ILS OBI FLAG 0 Q 0
KNS 81
WP/N DME VOR
• WP XMT
VORTAC
• WP REC
• BRG
• TMR OVRO • FREO/MODE• RAD
• DIST + • GS
• DIST
• ITS
BUS WP NAY/HOLD TO/F"ROM VORT!&.C FROM SEL CRS
TRK F'LAG 0 WP POS
KF'S 560B ON ILS ENRGZ
KF'S 5709 ON !STBY IDENT ALT RPTG ON TEST
0 KFS 5808/5858
KFS 5909
ON
ON
AOF /ANT BF'O ON/Off SW FREO COM TEST
SO DIS
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SIMULATED MASTER DME BUS SIMULATOR ®


5
• TUNINC/DISPLAY SIMULATOR

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XPONOER CODE
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26 VAC 400 HZ POWER FUSE
OFF 2A

KTS 143 Test Fixture )


Figure 903
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2.

~)

KI 229 Radio Magnetic Indicator


Figure 904

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I. General
The Illustrated Parts List (IPL} is a complete list of assemblies and
parts required for the unit. The IPL also provides for the proper
identification of replacement parts. Individual Parts Lists within this
IPL are arranged in numerical sequence starting with the top assembly and
continuing with the sub-assemblies. All mechanical parts will be
separated from the electrical parts used on the sub-assembly. Parts lists
are occasionally referred to as "bills of material or BOM" and the terms
may be used interchangeably. Each parts list is followed by the assembly
drawing for that assembly. ·
Parts identified in this IPL by AlliedSignal Part Number meet design
specifications for this equipment and are the recommended replacement
parts. Warranty information concerning replacement parts is contained in
Service Memo #1, P/N 600-08001-00XX.
2. Parts List Description
This section describes the various items that may appear on parts lists.
Refer to figure I of this section for a parts list format.
A. Parts List Number
) The Parts List number appears at the top of the list as a 12-digit
number which is also the AlliedSignal part number for the assembly.
This number is followed by the assembly description and the revision
level of the parts list.
B. Symbol Column
This column contains the Reference Designators of the electrical
components of the assembly. Mechanical parts are not assigned
Reference Designators. The Reference Designator consists of a letter
abbreviation which indicates the type of component followed by the
number assigned to that part (CIOI, QI01, etc.}. Common Reference
Designator abbreviations are listed below.
B Motor or Synchro Q Transistor
C Capacitor P Plug
CJ Circuit Jumper R Resistor
CR Diode RT Thermistor
OS Lamp S Switch
F Fuse T Transformer
FL Filter TP Test Point
I Integrated Circuit U Resistor/Capacitor Network/Integrated
Circuit
J Jack V Photocell/Vacuum Tube
L Inductor WG Waveguide
M Meter Y Crysta 1
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2.
C. Part Number Column
This column contains the AlliedSignal Part Number for each part.
Special purpose 999-09999-00XX series part numbers may appear in the
parts list and are described below.
(1) CR401 999-09999-0096 RESERVED
The Reference Designator CR401 has been reserved for future use;
the assembly does not currently include a CR401.
(2) CR40l 999-09999-0097 SEE NEXT ASSEMBLY
CR401 is a part of the electrical circuit but due to assembly or
testing requirements is actually part of a different assembly.
(3) CR401 999-09999-0098 NOT USED
The Reference Designator CR401 is available for future
assignment. The assembly does not currently include a CR401.
(4) CR401 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE
The Reference Designator CR401 has been previously used for this
assembly and later deleted. It may not be reassigned on this
assembly.
(5) I401 999-09999-0090 REF SFTWARE SET
I401 is a programmed memory device. Refer to Section 2.H.,
Software Documentation in this introduction for a description of
the software documentation system being used at the time of
publication of this manual.
D. Description Column
This column contains the description of each part in the assembly.
Common abbreviations which may appear in this column are listed as
follows.
AL Aluminum PC Polycarbonate
ASSY Assembly PF Precision Film
BIFLR Bifilar pp Paper
BOM Parts List PS Polystrene
cc Carbon Composite QW Quarter Watt
CF Carbon Film RES Resistor

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2. D.
CH Choke s Silicon
CAP Capacitor SCR Screw
CR Ceramic SM Silver Mica
DC Disc Ceramic STDF Standoff
DIO Diode sw Switch
EL Electrolytic TERM Termi na 1
EW Eighth Watt TN Tantalum
FC Fixed Composition TST PT Test Point
FERR Ferrite TW Tenth Watt
FLTR Filter I, U Integrated Circuit
FT Feedthru VA Variable
HV High Voltage ww Wire Wound
HW Half Watt XFMR Transformer
MC Monolithic XSTR Transistor Ceramic
MY Mylar XTAL Crystal
E. Assembly (A) Column
An "A" in this column indicates that the part indicated is an
assembly. If the P/N and description reads "200-0XXXX-9900 COMMON
BOM" the parts for that assembly are included in the same parts list.
The parts breakdown for an assembly with any other P/N will be found
in the parts list with the same number.
F. Unit of Measure (UM) Column
This column indicates the Unit of Measure for each part. Common
abbreviations found in this column are listed below.
EA Each RF For Reference Only
FT Foot IN Inch
AR As Required
G. Quantity and Version Columns
Individual versions of an assembly are identified by the last four
digits of the P/N. Part quantities for each version will be indicated
under headings numbered 0000 through 9900 as required. The parts
indicated in the 9900 Column are common to all other versions of the
assembly and are considered the common parts list for the assembly.
NOTE: Versions may be occasionally identified as flavors in parts
lists. The terms are interchangeable.

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2.
H. Software Documentation
The documentation of software involves the use of several unique types
of part numbers. The following subsections list these part numbers
with their description. In some cases, some specific versions of
hardware must be used with specific versions of software. You will
need to know the part number of and the software revision level of the
unit. The unit designator and part numbers are listed in the top box.
One level down from that is a box for the 206-type system software
parts list number and boxes for the parts lists numbers for all other
hardware assemblies that do not contain any software. The next level
are boxes containing 205-type parts lists for assemblies which use
software under the system software box. Below these top parts list
boxes are two boxes. One box shows the hardware parts list number and
the other contains a list of circuit designators and part numbers of
individual integrated circuits used on the circuit board.
The last two digits of all software related P/N's, designated in the
following text as -RN, indicate the revision number or level of the
related software. This number is incremented with each revision of
software. For example, -01 is revision 0, -02 is revision 1, and so
on. When ordering specific integrated circuits or devices, the
applicable 122-XXXXX-XXRN P/N is used. When ordering a circuit board
which contains software, the applicable 205-XXXXX-XXRN P/N is used.
Applicable assembly drawings and schematic diagrams will then follow
in order.
(1) General Information
The part number of the unit, typically the 065-, 066- or 071- top
assembly part number, contains a 206- item in its parts list.
This 206- item is the configuration control mechanism for
programmable electronic devices of the unit. Two different means
exist to label the hardware/software configuration of the unit
depending on the the part number of the unit:
(a) When the part number of the unit is a 9-digit part as
represented on the TSO label, the last 2 digits of the 206-
item are the digits of the SOFTware IDentification tag that
appears on the unit.
(b) When the part number of the unit is a 12-digit part as
represented on the TSO label, the last 4 digits of the 206-
item are the digits of the SOFTware MODification tag that
appears on the unit. In the example shown in Figure 1,
Sheet 1, the 206- item is flagged with an "A" in the right
hand margin.

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2. H.
{2) Definition of a Hardware/Software System
The 206- item represents the collection of all boards in the unit
which contain electronic programmable devices {software). The
hardware/software system (206-) parts list contains two
categories of items:
{a) The part number of the unit label,i.e. the SOFT ID or SOFT
MOD tag.
1 In the case of the 9-digit TSOed unit the unit label
part number 057-03284-00XX where XX is the last two
digits of the 206- number.
In the case of the 12-digit TSOed unit the unit label
part number is 057-05287-YYYY where YYYY is the last
four digits of the 206- number. This number is also
referred to as the software revision level of the unit.
The software identification tag is illustrated below.

~
_) ~
{b) The 205- hardware/software board assemblies which constitute
all the hardware/software boards which this unit contains.
In the example, the item marked "B" is the 205-
hardwarejsoftware board used in the rest of the example.
{3) Definition of a Hardware/Software Board
The hardware/software board {205-) parts list contains four
categories of items:
{a) The part numbers of the board label.
1 For 12-digit 205-0XXXX-OOYY board labels the first 10
digits is contained on a label part number of 057-
05252-XXXX and the last two digits is specified by 057-
05335-00YY.

)
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z For 9-digit 205-WWWW-ZZ board labels the first 7 digits


is contained on a label part number of 057-050WW-OOWW
and the last two digits is specified by 057-05252-00ZZ.
The 205-0XXXX-OOYY and the 057-05252-00YY P/N is
incremented whenever the revision number of any one or
more of the 125-0XXXX-XXRN P/N's is incremented. This
means that the -RN part of the P/N's for the
057-05252-XXRN and the 205-0XXXX-XXRN will be the same.
A circuit board identification tag is illustrated
below.

1205-06616-llooooi
(b) The software programmable device set assemblies (125-).
Each 125- programmable device set constitutes all the
software for a unique microprocessor on the hardware board.
The group of 125- programmable device sets constitutes all
of the software for all of the microprocessors.
1 125-0XXXX-XXRN AlliedSignal Part Numbers
The 125-0XXXX-XXRN P/N is a parts list which lists all
the 122-0XXXX-XXRN programmed devices in a software set
for a given circuit board. There may be only one
122-0XXXX-XXRN P/N listed or there may be several.
Whenever the revision number (RN) of any one or more of
the 122-0XXX-XXRN programmed devices is incremented in
a new software release, the -XXRN part of the
125-0XXXX-RN P/N is also incremented. This
125-0XXXX-XXRN parts list also indentifies the "U" or
"I" circuit designators used to identify the programmed
devices on assembly drawings and schematic diagrams.
Z The 122-0XXXX-XXRN P/N is used to identify an
individual integrated circuit or other device
containing software.
(c) The non-software programmable device set assemblies (126-)
which fulfill software requirements.
(d) The specification of the hardware board (200-).
In the example, the items marked "C" in the right margin are
all the programmable device assemblies which fulfill the
software requirements.

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(4) Definition of a Hardware Board


The hardware board (200-) parts list contains two categories of
items that relate to programmable devices:
(a) The non-software programmable device sets (126s) that
fulfill hardware requirements. (Items 01 thru 04 in the
example).
(b) The references to all of the programmable devices (122-) on
to board~ These references resolve device location on the
board in that they use the SYMBOL field of the parts list to
specify component location. These 122- numbers are of the
form 122-3XXXX-9999 or 122-0YYYY-9999.
The 122- numbers of the form 122-3XXXX-9999 are used for
non-software programmable devices (126-) that fulfill
hardware requirements and therefore these programmable
device sets appear on the hardware board (200-) parts list.
(Items D5 thru D10 in the example).
The 122- numbers are of the form 122-0YYYY-9999 are used for
both software programmable devices (125-) (items 012 thru
DIS in the example) and non-software programmable devices
(126-)(item D11 in the example) that fulfill software
requirements.
These programmable device sets appear on the
hardware/software board (205-) parts list.
The exact programmable device (the resolution of the -9999
in the above items) is specified by the respective software
programmable device set (125-) or the non-software
programmable device set (126-) parts list.
Using the SYMBOL field as specified above would discourage
the use of the SYMBOL field for this purpose in the
programmable device sets {125- and 126-) parts list. This
would then permit the specification of the same programmable
device sets in different boards, hence different component
designators.

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In the example, Figure 1:


1 the items flagged 01 thru 04 in the right margin are
non-software programmable device sets,
z the items flagged 05 thru DIO in the right margin are
non-software programmable device designators that
fulfill hardware requirements,
~ the item flagged Dll in the right margin is a non-
software programmable device designator that fulfills
software requirements,
! the items flagged 012 thru DIS in the right margin are
software programmable device designators that fulfill
software requirements,
Figure 1, while closely related to a specific product,
does not represent an exact configuration in use by
that product. This example has been modified to
clarify certain points.
Assy: 066-04020-0203 SG464 HSI W/0 WX
Symbol Part Number Rev Description UM Quantity Bxltm
016-01008-0004 3 GLYPTAL 7526 BL AR 1.00
016-01131-0000 1 CNTCT CMT BND 1055 AR 1.00
047-02579-0002 2 HANDLE ASSEMBLY EA 1.00
II II II II II II II II II

047-09392-0001 0 SPACER RT W/FIN EA 1.00


057-02203-0002 3 FLAVOR STCKR EA 1.00
057-02203-0003 3 FLAVOR STCKR EA 1.00
057-05286-0000 0 SERIAL TAG SG 464 EA 1.00
075-05082-0002 0 GUIDE PLATE TOP EA 1.00
II II II II II II II II II

090-00277-0000 1 HOLD DOWN BRACKET EA 1.00


155-02536-0001 1 CABLE ASSY EA 1.00
200-07703-0000 2 DPX CONN BD ASSY EA 1.00
200-07704-0000 8 LV PS BD ASSY EA 1.00
206-00118-0301 0 EFS40/50 HSI SET EA 1.00 <--- A
Assy: 206-00118-0301 EFS40/50 HSI SET
Symbol Part Number Rev Description UM Quantity Bxltm
057-05287-0301 0 SW MOD TAG EA 1.00
205-00564-0002 0 EFIS 40/50 I/0 PBS EA 1.00
205-00565-0004 0 E40/50 HSI P/0 PBS EA 1.00 <--- B
Assy: 205-00565-0004 E40/50 HSI P/0 PBS
Symbol Part Number Rev Description . UM Quantity Bxltm
057-02241-0016 1 IDENT LABEL EA 1.00
057-05252-0565 1 lOT 205-00565-0000 EA 1.00
125-00602-0004 0 EFIS 40/50 NAV SDS EA 1.00 <--- C1
125-00603-0002 0 EFIS40/50 DSPL SDS EA 1.00 <--- C2
126-00019-0000 1 EFS40/50 CLIPPER EA 1.00 <--- C3
200-07706-0000 1 PRCSR/DSPL BD ASSY EA 1.00

Typical Parts List


Figure 1 (Sheet 1 of 3)
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Assy: 200-07706-0000 PRCSR/DSPL BD ASSY
Symbol Part Nl.lnber Rev Description UM Quantity Bxitm
009-07706-0000 0 PC BD PRCSR/DSPL EA 1.00
II II II II II II II II II

150-00004-0010 3 TUBING TFLN 22AWG IN 2.00


200-04969-0000 0 EXT BD PRCSR/ADI A RF 0.00
126-00005-0000 1 EFS40/50 INT LOGIC EA 1.00 <--- 01
126-00006-0000 1 EFS40/50 VIDEO MUX EA 1.00 <--- 02.
126-00017-0000 1 EFS40/50 SM SET EA 1.00 <--- 03
126-00018-0000 1 EFS40/50 SINE SET EA 1.00 <--- 04
c 5001 111-02104-0042 26
II II II
CAP MC100KPF50V20%
II
EA 1.00
II II II II II

5005 122-30001-9999 0 EFS40/50 VIDEO MUX RF 0.00 <--- OS


5008 122-30002-9999 0 EFS40/50 INT LOGIC RF 0.00 <--- 06
II II II II II II II II II

5036 122-30003-9999 0 EFS40/SO SM HIGH RF 0.00 <--- 07


5037 122-30004-9999 0 EFS40/SO SM LOW RF 0.00 <--- 08
5038 122-30005-9999 0 EFS40/50 SINE HIGH RF 0.00 <--- 09
5039 122-30006-9999 0 EFS40/50 SINE LOW RF 0.00 <--- 010
II II II II II II II II II

5075 122-00958-9999 0 EFS40/50 CLIPPER RF 0.00 <--- 011


II II II II II II II II II

5138 122-00918-9999 0 EFS40/50 HSI NAV-E RF 0.00 <--- 012


5139 122-00919-9999 0 EFS40/50 HSI NAV-0 RF 0.00 <--- 013
II II II II II II II II II

5158 122-00920-9999 0 EFS40/50 HSI DSP-E RF 0.00 <--- 014


5159 122-00921-9999 0 EFS40/50 HSI OSP-0 RF 0.00 <--- 015
Assy: 126-00005-0000 EFS40/50 INT LOGIC
Symbol Part Nunber Rev Description UM Quantity Bxltm
122-30002-0000 0 EFS40/50 INT LOGIC EA 1.00
-) Assy: 122-30002-0000 EFS40/50 INT LOGIC
Symbol Part Nunber Rev Description UM Quantity Bxitm
120-02376-0000 1 EPLD EP320 (OTP) EA 1.00
Assy: 125-00602-0004 EFIS 40/50 NAV SDS
Symbol Part Number Rev Description UM Quantity Bxitm
122-00918-0004 0 EFS40/50 HSI NAV-E EA 1.00
122-00919-0004 0 EFS40/50 HSI NAV-0 EA 1.00
Assy: 125-00603-0002 EFIS40/50 DSPL SDS
Symbol Part Number Rev Description UM Quantity Bxltm
122-00920-0002 0 EFS40/50 HSI DSP-E EA 1.00
122-00921-0002 0 EFS40/50 HSI DSP-0 EA 1.00

Typical Parts List


Figure 1 (Sheet 2 of 3)

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BOM NUMBER---------
~r-2~0~0-~0~8~3~676-~0~0~0~0J MST67 IOP/DLP R: 2 MST0067A
200-08366-0000 MST67 IOP/DLP R: 2 MST0067A ASSEMBLY
~VERSION
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0
009-08366-0000 PC BD IOP/DLP A EA 1.00 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR 1.00 1 000

033-00114-0021 SOCKET IC DIP 28C A EA 3.00 3.00


047-09680-0001 KEYING BRACKET A EA 3. DO 3.DD
090-00087-0000 CLIP CRYSTAL EA 1.DD 1 .DO
PROGRAMMABLE
DEVICE- 092-05 0 03-0 015 EYELET .049 EA 2.DD 2.00
SET
126-00030-0000 MST67A ASIC SFTWR A EA l.DO l.DO

c 9001 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1. 00 1 000

c 9002 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 000 1 000

c 9003 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA .00 1 000

CR 9001 007-06180-0000 DID SI.J MMBD6050 EA 1.00 1.00


CR 90D2 DD7-D8D92-DDDD QUAD SO DIODE EA 1.00 1 . DO
CR 9003 007-08D92-0000 QUAD SO DIODE EA 1.00 1 000

DS 9001 0 07-064 D8- 00 0 0 COM CATH 7 SEG LED EA 1.00 1 000

J 9002 030-02174-0000 PIN CONT EA 50 00 0 1 000

p 9DD3 155-02688-DDD3 RIBBON CABLE ASSY A UNIT OF MEASURE


Q 9003 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 <SOT) 0
Q 9006 007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST EA 1 000 1 000

Q 9011 D07-0D530-0000 XSTR NPN MMBT3903 A EA 1 000 1. 00

130-05104-0023 RES CH lOOK EW 5% EA 1. 00


REFERENCE 015-002D7-D020 OCTAL SO RESISTOR EA 1. 00
DESIGNATOR 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1. 00
130-05471-D023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1. 00
130-05104-0023 RES CH lOOK EW 5% EA 1. 00
130-05104-0023 RES CH lOOK EW 5% EA 1. 00
130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 E\J CJ EA 1. 00

TP 9001 008-0D096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1 . 00 1 . 00


TP 9002 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 1.00
PART 120-02208-0004 UPRGSSR 10MHZ16B.T A EA 1.00 1 000

NUMBER 120-06129-0009 6264-15 8K X 8 RAM EA 1. 00 1. 00


120-06129-0009 6264-15 8K X 8 RAM EA 1.00 1 0 00
122-01195-9999 *MST67 PRGMD ODD A RF X.
122-01194-9999 *MST67 PRGMD EVEN A RF X.
124-0D574-DOD3 IC 74HCT574 EA 1 0 00 1 0 00
123-00138-0003 74HC138 SO PKG EA 1 0 00 1 000

y XTAL 14.75MHZ EA 1. 00 1 0 00
y 20 MHZ OSC EA 1. 00 1 0 00

DESCRIPTION

Typical. Parts List


Figure 1 (Sheet 3 of 3)

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047-09889·0001
SEE NOTE 4

0 12·0 1546·0000

200-09569-0000

047-04977-0010 FINGERS
ARE TO SIT FLUSH TO
SIDE FLAr.GES OF COVER.

DETAIL ~A"
200-0SI93·0000

NOTES:
!. HIGH VOLTAGE SPLICE TO BE MADE USING
089-06009·00003 BALL SOLDER TECHN I DUE. AREA TO BE COVERED
WITH SHRINK TUBING MUST BE CLEANED WITH
I I l - TR I CH...OROTHANE OR EOU I VALENT PR I OR TO
CRT /YOKE DETAIL SHRINKING. HANDLE CLEANED AREAS WITH APPROPRIATE
CONTAMINATION MINIMIZING PRODUCT SUCH AS COTTON GLOVES.

099- 06004-0002
2. DRESS HIGH VOLTAGE LEAD BY GUIDING
BETWEEN YOKE COVER !047-11.l693·0000l
)
YOKE WIRE CHART PI! 1200·09459·00011 AND HIGH VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER WHILE
CLOSING MAIN BOARD INTO CHASSIS. !USE 150·00032-0010
FROM YOKE PIN ON KPN:
TO CONNECTOR TUBE TO GUIDE INTO PLACE -DO NOT SHRINK· J •
019·02671 ·0001 0 19·0267I-0004 PIN NUMBER:
I
TERM f COLOR WIRE LGTH 3. DRESS CRT AND YOKE CABLES ElY GUIDING
206-00207-XXXX THEM UNDER BATTERY CLIP WHILE CLOSING
BLK El BLK 9.5 JI003-PI Pl 1200·08460·00001 REF !REF. 205-00676-XXXXI M,._IN SOARD INTO CHASSIS.
P2 • N/C
P3 • KEY 4. FINGERS OF P/S SHIELD COVER
YEL E2 YEL 9.5 P4 1047·09889·00011 PROTRUDE THRU
BLU E3 BLU 8.5 PS SLOTS IN SIDE OF 1200-05193·00001
RED E4 RED AND SNAPS DOWN OVER CL!F'S ON
9.5 P6
P/S SHIELD.
012-01464-0000
047-09993-000 I S. YOKE COVER 1047- 10693·00001 SNAPS

~\_. 030-01059-0000
INTO MATING YOKE SHIELD BASE IN
1200·05193·00001.

'\.._. 030·02204·0002 6. APPLY 1016·01411·00001 LOCTITE 220


OR ECU IV. TO SCREW THREADS AS
• 030·02248-0000 14) REQUIRED •

7, USE CORRESPONDING FLAVORS OF SCREWS TO MATCH EIEZEL. SEE B/M


• 150-00022-00IO • 150·00022·001 0 2X 047·04977-00IO
121 PCS 1w LG. SEE DETAIL ''A'' BELOW. S. WITH TEFLON TUBING INSTALLED OVER
IKLN 90A ONLY! THE POSITIVE EIATTERY LEAD, START
2.oo THE BATTERY LEADS INTO THE BOARD AND

E
TO COVER 150-00096-0001 THEN PUSH BATTERY INTO I TS MOUNT! NG CL I P.
• 019-02671·0001 I. 75 089·06008·0007
150·00096-000I
• 019·02671·0004 9. APPLY PLIO BONO RUBBER CEMENT P/N 016-01011-0000 AROUND CRT
WI-IERE CLAMP IS TIGHTENED ON YOKE.
YOKE DETAILS ALLOW CEMENT TO FULLY CURE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF THE YOKE.

1•1 PART NUMBERS REF. B/M 195·00085·0000 10. GROMMET 1091-00015-00061 TRAPS IN PLACE BETWEEN
YOKE COVER 1047·106931 AND CRT MOUNT 1047·10694.
SEE NOTE 1 ! PART OF 200·05193·00001.

HIGH VOLT,..GE SPLICE OET,._IL


SCALE 1: l
i
300-05194-0000 R13 KLN 90A Final Assembly
Figure 2 (Sheet 1 of 2)

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057 ·0 1764-0010
089.06008 ·00 16
04 7. 09992.000 1

012·01236·0000

/ 5X 089 • 05903·0003

T ' 206-00207-XXXX
1REF. 205 • 00677 • XXXX l

P"' !200·09"159·0001 l REF 015-00220·0002


150-00032-0010
P3 1200-08459·00011

091·00109·0000 047·09888·0001

~::~. S~~L~C,:;E;:-:A:;N;:::;-0-------
NOTE 2
P9 l200-08459·0000l REF

) 155·02780-0000

155·02782-0000
SEE SHT I
H.V. LEAD DRESS I 200 • 08569 • 0000 l REF

P6 1200·08459·00011

P15

©
057. 05355.0000
SEE LOCATION DETI\lL '-..sx oas-o6oos-ooo3 0

200.05195. ooxx

rJ57·05355·0000 LOCATION
057·0 !764·00 I 0

~"'X 089·06"157·0003 GREY OR


'liP 4X 089-05111·0003 BLACK
SEE NOTE 7.

300-05194-0000 R13 KLN 90A Final Assembly


_) Figure 2 (Sheet 2 of 2)

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066-04031-0111 KLN90A BLK 14V/28V
066-04031-0211 KLN90A BLK 5V LTG
066-04031-0311 KLN90A GRY 14V/28V
066-04031-0411 KLN90A GRY 5V LTG
066-04031-9900 COMMON BOM
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0111 0211 0311 0411 9900
---------------
012-01236-0000 INSUL·WJADHESIVE
- - - --
AR 1.00
012-01366-0000 PLASTIC FILM TAPE IN 20.00
012-01484-0000 INSUL TOP COVER EA 1.00
012-01545-0000 INSULATOR H/V EA 1.00
012-01546-0000 INSULATOR P/S EA 1.00
012-01554-0000 CRT CVR INSULATOR EA 1.00
015-00220-0002 BATT LITH W/LEADS EA 1.00
016-01134-0002 COPPER TAPE .50 IN IN 2.00
016-01411-0000 LOCTITE 220 AR 1.00
021-00120-0001 CRT POTTED ANODE EA 1.00
047-04977-0010 FNGR STOCK 3.780 EA 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00
047-08944-0004 FINGER STOCK EA 1.00
047-09888-0001 DATABASE RACK FIN A EA 1.00
047-09889-0001 PWR SUP COVER FIN A EA 1.00
047-09992-0001 BOT COVER FINISHED A EA 1.00
047-09993-0001 TOP COVER FINISHED A EA 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
047-10693-0000 CRT COVER EA 1.00
057-01540-0000 WARNING HV TAG EA 1.00
057-01764-0010 TAG WARNING 2X EA 2.00 2.00
) 057-02203-0001
057-02203-0002
FLAVOR STCKR
FLAVOR STCKR
EA
EA
1.00 1.00
1.00
057-02203-0003 FLAVOR STCKR EA 1.00
057-02203-0004 FLAVOR STCKR EA 1.00
057-02203-0011 FLAVOR STICKER EA 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
057-05355-0000 DECAL INSTALLATION EA 1.00
057-05453-0010 SERIAL TAG KLN90A EA 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
066-04031-9900 COMMON BOM A EA 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
071-01541-0000 MNTG RACK KLN90 A EA 1.00
089-05111-0003 SCR FHP 4-40X3/16 EA 4.00 4.00
089-05903-0003 SCR PHP 4-40X3/16 EA 5.00
089-06004-0002 SCR FHP 2-56X1/8 EA 2.00
089-06008-0003 SCR FHP 4-40X3/16 EA 12.00
089-06008-0007 SCR FHP 4-40X7/16 EA 4.00
089-06008-0016 SCR FHP 4-40X1 EA 1.00
089-06457-0003 SCR FHP 4-40X3/16 EA 4.00 4.00
091-00015-0006 RUBBER GRMT 1/2 EA 1.00
091-00109-0000 CABLE TIE .234 EA 1.00
150-00005-0010 TUBING TFLN 20AWG IN 0.70
150-00032-0010 TBG SHRNK 1/2&5/8 IN 2.00
150-00096-0001 TUBING SHRINK 3/16 IN 3.75
155-02604-0001 CABLE 7PIN CRT A EA 1.00
155-02725-0000 RCVR BD CABLE A EA 1.00
155-02780-0000 PWR SUP CABLE #1 A EA 1.00
155-02781-0000 LEFT SW BD CABLE EA 1.00
155-02782-0000 PWR SUP CABLE #2 A EA 1.00
155-02783-0000 RIGHT SWBD CABLE EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0111 0211 0311 0411 9900


--- - - - - - --- - --- - ---- ---- --
195-00085-0000 CRT YOKE OPTIONS A EA 1.00
200-05193-0000 CHASSIS ASSY A EA 1.00
200-05195-0010 FRT PNL 14/28V BLK A EA 1.00 .
200-05195-0011 FRT PNL 5V BLK A EA 1.00
200-05195-0012 FRT PNL 14/28V GRY A EA 1.00
200-05195-0013 FRT PNL 5V GRY A EA 1.00
200-08569-0000 PWR-SUPPLY BD ASY ~ EA 1.00
206-00207-1101 KLN90A PROG BD SET A EA 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
REF 1 300-05194-0000 KLN 90 FINAL ASSY RF X.
REF 100 000-00821-0104 PROD. STRUCT KLN90 A RF X.

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047-10694-0000
047-09893-0006

090-00265-0000

NOTES:

J. APPLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF GREASE 1016-01053-00001


ON THREADS BEFORE ASSEMBLY.
I
I

I
I
I

I:

YIIOI 092-05029-0001

073-00869-0002 I
I

300-05193-0000 RS KLN 90A Chassis Assembly


Figure 3
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200-05193-0000 CHASSIS ASSY R: 4


SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0000
--- --- --------- - - - - - ----------------
016-01053-0000 INS GRS MIL G3278 AR 1.00
016-01411-0000 LOCTITE 220 AR 1.00
047-09890-0001 PWR SUP SHLD FIN A EA 1.00
047-09893-0006 CHASSIS W/HDWR A EA 1.00
047-10694-0000 CRT MOUNT EA 1.00
073-00869-0002 HOLD DOWN UNIT EA 1.00
089-07414-0001 SCR RETAINING 8-32 EA 1.00
089-08158-0011 WSHR FLT #8 EA 1.00
089-08231-0000 WASHER FLAT EA 1.00
090-00265-0000 PIN GRO .046X.250 EA 1.00
092-05029-0001 RVT CSK 3/32X.125 EA 10.00
300-05193-0000 CHASSIS ASSY RF X.
REF 1 300-05193-0000 CHASSIS ASSY RF X.

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"'~
089-06119-0004

OlNIIX/KINI
..... .a
~'();

~
200·08457-0XXXX

~ 11§311
~·oc~c
""'-
~
STAT
:~ §.)
II ~ c:B [§) (§]
~~eA.,
r1 ~· l§ 7~
0/T
.........._

c.,..
VCR

SUI'L.

088-02419-0054~
098-02"! 19-0053

; ~~
089-02419-0055~

187-01906-0000 121
)
098-0:3024-00XX
~
~089-02419-0055
088-02419-0051

197-01736-0001

NOTES:

J, INSTALL FILTER GLIISS 1012-05096-00001 !INTI -REFLECTIVE


012-05096-0000 COIIT TO FIICE OUT, INTO BEZEL 073·00917-00XX. APPLY CONTACT
SEE NOTE 1 CEMENT 1016-01131-00001 TO EDGES OF GLASS TO SECURE IN PLIICE.

2. SET SCREW IN KNOB 1073-00865-000XI THAT ALIGNS


WITH INDICATOR MARK ON FRONT OF KNOB 1089-06200-00031 MUST BE
INSTALLED IIGAINST FLAT AREA ON SHAFT OF ON/OFF-BRIGHT
POTENTIOMETER. SET SCREW 1089-06200-00021 INSTALLS IN REMIIINING
LOCATION.

3. APPLY I 016-01411-00001 LOCTI TE 220


OR EOU IV. TO "LL SCREW THRE,..DS ,._5 REQUIRED,

GJ NOMENCLATURE SHOWN I S FOR REFERENCE


IICTUIIL NOMENCLIITURE MIIY DIFFER.
ONLY •

SEE NOTE 2 073-00917-00XX

073-00867-0005

088-03024-00XX

[1]
121

073-00867-0002

300-05195-0000 R5 KLN 90A Front Panel Assembly


Figure 4 )
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200-05195-0010 FRT PNL 14/28V BLK R: 1
200-05195-0011 FRT PNL 5V BLK R: 1
200-05195-0012 FRT PNL 14/28V GRY R: 1
200-05195-0013 FRT PNL 5V GRY R: 1
200-05195-0099 FRONT PNL COMMON R: 3
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0010 0011 0012 0013 0099
- -- -- -- - ---- --- -----
012-05096-0000 FILTER CRT EA 1.00
016-01131-0000 CNTCT CMT BND 1055 AR 1.00
016-01139-0000 SUPERBONDER 414 AR 1.00
073-00865-0003 KNOB A EA 1.00
073-00866-0002 KNOB A EA 2.00
073-00867-0002 KNOB A EA 1.00
073-00867-0005 KNOB A EA . 1.00
073-00917-0003 BEZEL BLACK FINISH A EA 1.00 1.00
073-00917-0004 BEZEL GRAY FINISH A EA 1.00 1.00
088-02419-0051 PSHBTN MSG W/PAD A EA 1.00
088-02419-0052 PSHBTN D W/PAD A EA 1.00
088-02419-0053 PSHBTN CLR W/PAD A EA 1.00
088-02419-0054 PSHBTN ENT W/PAD A EA 1.00
088-02419-0055 PSHBTN CSR W/PAD A EA 2.00
088-02419-0056 ALT PB W/PAD A EA . 1.00
088-03024-0001 RT DECORATED BLACK A EA 1.00 1.00
088-03024-0002 RT DECORATED GREY A EA 1.00 1.00
088-03024-0006 LEFT BLK 11A11 A EA 1.00 1.00
088-03024-0007 LEFT GRY 11A11 A EA 1.00 1.00
089-06119-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 7.00
089-06200-0002 SCR SET 2-56X1/16 EA
') 089-06200-0003 SCR SET 2-56X3/32 EA
1.00
1.00
187-01736-0001 GASKET, LENS EA 1.00
187-01806-0000 LIGHT SEAL GASKET EA 2.00
200-05195-0099 FRONT PNL COMMON A EA 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
200-08457-0000 FRT PNL BD 14V/28V A EA 1.00 1.00
200-08457-0001 FRT PNL BD SV A EA 1.00 1.00
REF 300-05195-0000 FRONT PNL ASSY RF X.

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NOTE: ADD 200 TO ALL REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


NOTES:
I.E. Cl - C201

1. APPLY KPN 016-01040-0000 TO ALL EXPOSED SMD


PINS/PADS/SOLDER JOINTS, THRU-HOLE COMPONENT
0 0 PINS/PADS/SOLDER JOINTS, AND VIAS, WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF THE FOLLOWING: ALL MOUNTING HOLES,
05
e 0a ~0
1: ® EJ
0 ~---009-08457-0000(
CFARSIDE UIEWl
REF. l
E1 AND E2 CSEE NOTE 4l, THE PINS OF P6 AND P15
BEYOND THE EXTENT OF THE PLASTIC HEADER RELATIVE
TO THE SURFACE OF THE PCB, THE GLASS PORTIONS
OF DSl THRU DS7, THE TOP FACE OF 51 THRU 57
a
RELATIVE TO THE SURFACE OF THE PCB. IT IS ACCEPTABLE
SEE NOTE 6 IC FOR COVERAGE OF CHIP COMPONENTS, SOT-23 COMPONENTS,
aO.. R3
SEE NOTE 6 0 AND Cl TO INCLUDE THE ENTIRE BODY OF THE DEVICE.
0 0
R5

G:ornr
0 2. INSTALL Ul THRU US SO THAT BODY IS RECEDED IN
0R6
20
. a
2i
PC SOARD CUTOUT. PARTS SHOULD ALSO SE AS
CENTERED AS POSSIBLE RELATIVE TO CUTOUT .
SEE NOTE 7
3. APPLY LUBRICANT (016-1097-0000l TO THE EXTERIORS
OF 076-02121-0001, 076-01232-0003, 073-00550-0002,
AND INTERIORS OF 073-00923-0002, 073-00924-0001
BEFORE ASSEMBLY.

4. SOLDER WIRE (025-00018-0099) FROM El AND E2


RlC REF. l CFARSIDE OF PCBl TO S208. REFER TO DETAIL "A"
ON PAGE 2. AFTERWARDS, APPLY KPN 016-01040-0000 TO
El AND E2 CNEARSIDE AND FARSIDEl.

5. APPLY LOCTITE 220 !016-01411-0DOOJ OR


TO SCREW THREADS AS REQUIRED.
EQUIU~LENT )
6. KEY BY REMOVING !NOT CUTTINGl PIN 13 OF P15 AND
PIN 3 OF P6.

7. MAXIMI2E P.C. BOARD EDGE CLEARANCE OF R1 BEFORE


FIXING POS::::TION.

8. MANUAL-SOLDERING OF Ul THRU US: MAXIMUM SOLDERING


TEMPERATURE IS 500°F WITH A MAXIMUM DWELL TIME
PER LEAD OF 5 SECONDS. ALLOW A MINIMUM OF 5 SECONDS
PER PART TO COOL AFTER SOLDERING EACH LEAD.
Rl
0 THl 0 0 0
HHl 0 MH2 HH6 MH/

055
0
~ 056

0
052
0
~ 0 051

~--- 009-08457-0 000

8 qH9 88 CNEARSIDE UIEWl

Oeo
MH8
Oeo E2
0
El
0
01

DETAILS CTOP UIEWl


4 PLACES ON NEARSIDE
4 PLACES ON FARSIDE

~2 0 8 HH3
0
HHS
0 0
MHlO B TH9
SCALE 4:1
DETAIL A
SCALE 8:1

300-08457-0000 R2 KLN 90A Front Panel Module


Figure 5 (Sheet 1 of 2)
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089-06119-0008 141
NOTE 5

088-00769·0000 121

031-00372-0001
5208

SEE DETAIL wll"

~)
073-00924-0001 121
NOTE 3
~0<7-0009<-000'

121

I I
141
I I 031 ·00372·0001
5208
E201
090-00019-0005 I 4) E202

009·08457-00XX
076-01232-0003
NOTE 3

088-03030-0001 121
IWHJTEI

073-00923-0002 121
NOTE 3

09I -ooseo-oooo 121

073-00550.0002 ( 2)
NOTE 3

076-02121-0001
NOTE 3

300-08457-0000 R2 KLN 90A Front Panel Module


J Figure 5 (Sheet 2 of 2)

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200-08457-0000 FRT PNL BD 14V/28V R:


200-08457-0001 FRT PNL BD 5V R:
200-08457-0099 FRT PNL BD CMN R:
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0000 0001 0099
--------------- - - - - - -------
009-08457-0000 PC BD FRONT PANEL EA 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR 1.00
016-01097-0000 DRY FILM LUB 61 AR 1.00
016-01411-0000 LOCTITE 220 AR 1.00
025-00018-0099 WIRE 26 WHT IN 3.00
047-09994-0001 SWITCH BRKT W/F A EA 1.00
073-00550-0002 SHAFT W/F A EA 2.00
073-00923-0002 HOUSING FRNT W/F A EA 2.00
073-00924-0001 HOUSING BACK MACH A EA 2.00
076-01232-0003 SHAFT W/F A EA 1.00
076-02121-0001 SHAFT INC/DEC SW A EA 1.00
076-02308-0000 SPOOL SWITCH PULL EA 1.00
088-00769-0000 SLEEVE LOCKING EA 2.00
088-03029-0001 INC/DEC REFLECTOR A EA 4.00
088-03030-0000 INC/DEC RTR BROWN EA 2.00
088-03030-0001 INC/DEC RTR WHITE EA 2.00
089-06119-0008 SCR PHP 2-56X1/2 EA 4.00
089-08024-0030 WSHR FLT STD #3 EA 1.00

_) 090-00019-0005 RING RTNR .188


090-00036-0004 RING RTNR .051
EA
EA
4.00
1.00
090-00074-0001 RETNG RING .125 EA 1.00
091-00580-0000 WASHER INSULATING EA 2.00
200-08457-0099 FRT PNL BD CMN A EA 1.00 1.00
c 201 111-00001-0063 CAP CR .022UF 200V EA 1.00
CJ 201 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 202 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CR 201 007-05117-0022 DIO Z 27V SOT EA 1.00
OS 201 037-00223-0000 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 201 037-00223-0001 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 202 037-00223-0000 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 202 037-00223-0001 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 203 037-00223-0000 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 203 037-00223-0001 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 204 037-00223-0000 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 204 037-00223-0001 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 205 037-00223-0000 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 205 037-00223-0001 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 206 037-00223-0000 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 206 037-00223-0001 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 207 037-00223-0000 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
OS 207 037-00223-0001 LAMP BLUE FILTERED EA 1.00
p 206 030-03112-0020 CONN .050 MALE EA 1.00
p 215 030-03112-0020 CONN .050 MALE EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0000 0001 0099


- ---- ------ -- ---- -- ------ -------
Q 201 007-00257-0001 MMBTA42 SO PKG EA 1.00
R 201 133-00135-0042 POT 100K P/P SW EA 1.00
R 202 139-03571-0000 RES CHIP 3.57KEW1% EA 1.00
R 203 130-05391-0023 RES CHIP 390EW5% EA 1.00
R 204 130-05391-0023 RES CHIP 390EW5% EA 1.00
R 205 130-05391-0023 RES CHIP 390EW5% EA 1.00
R 206 130-05391-0023 RES CHIP 390EW5% EA 1.00
REF 300-08457-0000 FRT PNL BD ASSY RF X.

s 201 031-00753-0000 SWITCH TACTILE EA 1.00


s 202 031-00753-0000 SWITCH TACTILE EA 1.00
s 203 031-00753-0000 SWITCH TACTILE EA 1.00
s 204 031-00753-0000 SWITCH TACTILE EA 1.00
s 205 031-00753-0000 SWITCH TACTILE EA 1.00
s 206 031-00753-0000 SWITCH TACTILE EA 1.00
s 207 031-00753-0000 SWITCH TACTILE EA 1.00
s 208 031-00372-0001 SWITCH SLIDE SPOT EA 1.00
u 201 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00
u 202 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00
u 203 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00
u 204 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00
u 205 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00
u 206 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00
u 207 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00
u 208 007-08094-0000 PHOTO INTERUPTER EA 1.00

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NOTES=
1. PRIOR TO POST COATING BOTH SIDES OF P .C. BOARD
WITH KPN 016-010-40-0000, MASK OFF THE FOLLOWING;
ALL MOUNTING HOLES EXCEPT MHll AND MH12 1
04/-0998/-0 001 ALL J 'S, ALL SOCKETS , ALL UAR!ASLE RESISTORS 1 E 1 , E2,
TP3, TP12, TP13, AND HEATS!NK.

0 0 2. ADD 1000 TO ALL REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


I.E. RB = RlOOS
013-0 0 050-000 l( 50) RllB = Rl118
r----- METAL SURFACE THIS S I D E - - - - - . 3. J3, J4, J6, J9, J ll, AND JLS ARE KEYED BY OMITTING
A PIN ON THE PC BOARD. DO NOT INSTALL PINS IN THE
FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: J3 PIN 3, J4 PIN 6 1
J6 PIN 3 ( REMOUE PIN, DO NOT CUT l, J9 PIN 10 ,
J11 PIN 5 1 J15 PIN 13 CREMOIJE PIN, DO NOT CUTl.

4. Cl60 IS NOT TO BE USED IF Tl C019-0/244-000ll IS USED.


REFER TO 195-00 086-0 0 0 0.

5 • ANY LABELS, INKED TEXT , NOTATION 1 OR OTHER SYMBOLOGY 1


MUST BE ELECTRICALLY NON-CONDUCTIVE IF POSITIONED
INSIDE OF THE AREA INDICATED (NEAR AND FAR SIDE l.

6. FORCE UNDILUTED CONFORMAL COATING CKPN 106-01040-0000l


BETWEEN AND UNDER LEGS OF 144. P.PPL Y HEAVY COAT OF
CONFORMAL COATING TO DASHED-IN AREA SHOWN ON NEARSIDE
AND F'ARSIDE OF PC BOARD.
7. INSTALL Fl IN THE BIFURCATED TERMINALS ( 008-00038-0001 l
AS SHOWN.

P90l 8. SOME P~RTS NOT USED. REFER TO 200-08459-0000.

9. APPLY LOCTITE 220 (016-01411-0000l OR EQUIVALENT ON


SCREW THREADS AS REQUIRED.

10 • P90 1 TO BE SOLDERED IN PLACE.

11. CLE~N HEATSINK C 047-0988/-000ll AND TRANSISTORS (Q75 1


ISO I 04 I QS. Q44 I Q42) WITH ALCOHOL OR EQUIUALENT
CLEANER PRIOR TO MOUNTING INSULATOR PRO C 012-01547-0000 l.

c A/A CIA C/C

~
A NIC
~
c c
~c
A
~ A A

CR1 1 CR11 THRV CR16, CR98 CR5 1 CR8, CR2,


CRlB, CR17' CR20. CR33 I CRl9 1 CR36,
CR21 THRU CR26, CR37 THRU CR46 I CRS3, CR54 1
CR52 I CRS6 • CR58 CR50, CR6l, CR65, CR68 1
CR63 I CR88 ' CR99' CR71 THRU CRBO I CR70, CR87 1
CRl 00, CR96, CR97, CR90, CRl 04 I

009-08459-0000
( NEARSIDE VIEW l
06 0101 011, 046 07' Q81 09

c D

~
B E
~s
G

011 02, 031 024 THRV 026 D


Q12 THRU 023, Q33 THRU 035
036 THRU 041, 045 I 051 1 074 I
Q43, 0501 076 1 077 1 Q79
052 THRU 072 I 027 THRU 030,
088-00066-0000(3) SEE NOTE 6 (THIS AREA ONLY, NEAR B. FAR SIDE l 078 0321 04/
DETAILS (TOP UIEW l

300-08459-0000 R5 KLN 90A Main Module


Figure 6 (Sheet 1 of 3)

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NOTE: ADD 1000 TO ALL REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


SEE NOTE 5 ON SHT 1
C NEAR 8. FAR SIDE l
I.E. RB "' Rl008
R118 = R1118

...'U
"' c

~8 E
~
G S
~ A N/C

Q!' 021 031 024 THRU 026 CRl I CR11 THRU CR16 I
TPB 012 THRU 023 I 033 THRU 035 CR18 1 CR21 THRU CR26,
036 THRU 041, 045 1 0511 0/4 1 CR52' CR56 I CR58
043, 050' 076 1 077 1 079 CR63' CR88 I CR99 I
052 THRU 072 I CRlOO,
..., 078
~ TP13

u ru
________________________________________________________________ j I

r--e---009-08459-0000
( FARSIDE UIEW l

~0 QJ ~0 lcRtD3IIcRtD21
~0
8
"'
(1J
<.0 "~ 11\ AlA CIA C/C
it it
~ ~c ~
0:
r.. .. l'l
"'0: "'Q
.........
11\
0D 0
~D 0: ()
c c
ODD ~Do~
A A A

~D
0: (J
CR98 CR5 1 CR8 1 CR2 1

.D D
"' 0
. QQ ~0
CR17' CR20' CR33
CR37 THRU CR46 I
I CR19,
CR53,
CR65,
CR36,
CR64 1
CR68,
~0
Ill CR60, CR6l,
cr
"' ...
\0 10
tr
a; ~ CR/1 THRU CRBO I CR/0, CR87,
(J 0: t.) a::
....
"' CR96, CR97, CR90 I CR1 04'.
~
~o
il ..."U ...."D ...."D-< ~ ~ ~ ...
~
M .... ~D ao
"" ,.
; ... ~"tl 0: ~
~0
"' l<l
tr "'
tr

0~ D
0:
" ... Ul

0 DO DO 0 "'

" ...
"' "'~
u
il
iii r----------, DO
I I
I I ;j
I IN
I I
I
I I
) ~D DO
I
L______ _/ I

SEE NOTE 6 ON SHT 1


(THIS AREA ONLY, NEAR 8. FAR SIDE l DETAILS (TOP VIEW l

300-08459-0000 RS KLN 90A Main Module


Figure 6 (Sheet 2 of 3)

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089-02545-0003 (21 ~

030-02350-0064
IPSO II
SEE NOTE lO
030-03045-0000
(..)10021 BREAK OFF
PROTRUDING
TAB HERE TYP.
088-02•89-0000 <2< ~
121

089-07212-0005
I 012-01647-0000
NOTE II
NOTE 9
+:: )
i
OFFSET TABS
TYP.

VIEW A-A

047-09887-0001
NOTE ll

089-05903-0003 141 ~
NOTE 9 ~

300-08459-0000 R5 KLN 90A Main Module


Figure 6 (Sheet 3 of 3)
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')
200-08459-0001 KLN90 MAIN BD R: 2
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0001
---------------- - ---- ----------------
008-00038-0001 TERM BIFUR .084L EA 2.00
009-08459-0000 PC MAIN BD EA 1.00
012-01547-0000 XSTR INSUL KLN90 EA 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR 1.00
016-01411-0000 LOCTITE 220 AR 1.00
047-09887-0001 HEAT SINK FINISHED A EA 1.00
047-09915-0001 TRANSISTOR CLIP A EA 4.00
047-09915-0003 TRANSISTOR CLIP A EA 2.00
088-00066-0000 SPACER PLASTIC EA 3.00
088-02489-0000 SPACER BLOCK, CONN EA 2.00
089-02545-0003 NUT FLAT M3 EA 2.00
089-05903-0003 SCR PHP 4-40X3/16 EA 4.00
089-07212-0005 SCR PHP M3X16 EA 2.00
091-00025-0000 WSHR XSTR INSUL EA 4.00
126-00058-0000 KLN90 EP320 PLD A EA 1.00
195-00086-0000 HV XFMR OPTION EA 1.00
c 1001 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1002 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1003 106-05200-0016 CAPACITOR CHIP EA 1.00
:) c
c
1004
1005
106-04330-0026
106-04103-0047
CH 33PF NP0/100V
CH 10K X7R/50V
EA
EA
1.00
1.00
c 1006 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1007 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1008 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1009 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1010 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1011 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1012 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1013 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1014 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1015 106-04103-:0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1016 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1018 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1019 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1020 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1021 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1022 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1023 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1024 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1025 096-01186-0012 CAP 1.0UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
c 1026 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1027 106-04681-0047 CAP CH680PFX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1028 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1029 111-00001-0022 CAP CR .1UF 100V EA 1.00
c 1030 106-04181-0026 CAPCH180PFNP0/100V EA 1.00
c 1031 111-00001-0022 CAP CR .1UF 100V EA 1.00
c 1032 111-00001-0022 CAP CR .1UF 100V EA 1.00
c 1033 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1034 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1035 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1036 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1037 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0001


------- -------- ---------------
c 1038 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1039 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1040 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1041 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1042 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1043 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1044 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1045 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1046 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1047 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1048 108-05078-0000 CAP PC .01UF600V5% EA 1.00
c 1049 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1050 106-00122-0000 CH CAP .33UF 50V EA 1.00
c 1051 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1052 106-05271-0016 CAP CH270PFNP0/50V EA 1.00
c 1053 106-05560-0016 CAP CH 56PFNP0/50V EA 1.00
c 1054 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1055 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1057 108-05017-0011 CAP PC 1UF 50V EA 1.00
c 1058 108-05016-0038 CAP PC .01UF 50V EA 1.00
c 1059 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1060 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1061 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
c 1062 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1063 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1064 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1065 106-00122-0000 CH CAP .33UF 50V EA 1.00
c 1066 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1067 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1068 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1069 106-04102-0047 CH 1K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1070 106-04102-0047 CH 1K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1071 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1072 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1073 106-04102-0047 CH 1K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1074 106-04102-0047 CH 1K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1075 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1076 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1077 106-04102-0047 CH 1K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1078 106-04102-0047 CH 1K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1079 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1080 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1081 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1082 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1083 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1084 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1085 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1086 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1087 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1088 096-01186-0023 CAP 15UF 25V 10% EA 1.00
c 1089 106-04101-0016 CH 100PF NP0/50V EA 1.00
c 1090 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1091 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1092 096-01186-0023 CAP 15UF 25V 10% EA 1.00
c 1093 096-01186-0023 CAP 15UF 25V 10% EA 1.00
c 1094 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1095 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1096 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1097 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1098 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1099 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1100 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1101 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1102 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00

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- - - - - - - - ------- ----------------
c 1103 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1104 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1105 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1106 118-00086-0000 CAP CR .01UF 1KV EA 1.00
c 1108 096-01186-0012 CAP 1.0UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
c 1109 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1110 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1111 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1112 106-04220-0026 CH 22PF NP0/100V EA 1.00
c 1113 097-00214-0002 CAP AL 220UF 25V EA 1.00
c 1114 097-00210-0001 CAP AL 4.7UF 200V EA 1.00
c 1115 118-00086-0000 CAP CR .01UF 1KV EA 1.00
c 1116 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
c 1117 106-05330-0016 CAP CH 33PFNP0/50V EA 1.00
c 1118 106-05330-0016 CAP CH 33PFNP0/50V · EA 1.00
c 1119 106-05150-0016 CAP CH 15PFNP0/50V EA 1.00
c 1120 106-05050-0011 CAP CH SPF NPO/SOV EA 1.00
c 1121 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1122 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1123 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1124 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1125 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1126 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1127 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/SOV EA 1.00
c 1128 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1129 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1130 106-04103-0047 CH 1OK X7R/SOV EA 1.00
c 1131 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1132 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1133 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
-) c
c
1134
1135
106-04103-0047
106-04103-0047
CH 10K X7R/50V
CH 10K X7R/50V
EA
EA
1.00
1.00
c 1136 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1137 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1138 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1139 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1143 096-01186-0086 CAP 10UF 35V 20% EA 1.00
c 1144 097-00104-0050 CAP AL 220UF 10V EA 1.00
c 1145 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1146 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1147 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1148 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1149 111-00001-0032 CAP CR 1UF 50V EA 1.00
c 1150 097-00214-0003 CAP AL 180UF 50V EA 1.00
c 1151 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1152 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1153 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1154 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1155 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/SOV EA 1.00
c 1156 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1157 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1158 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1159 106-05390-0016 CAP CH 39PFNP0/50V EA 1.00
c 1160 999-09999-0096 RESERVED RF X.
c 1163 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1164 106-05200-0016 CAPACITOR CHIP EA 1.00
c 1165 106-05200-0016 CAPACITOR CHIP EA 1.00
c 1166 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1167 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1178 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1179 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1180 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1182 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1183 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00

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c 1184 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1186 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1188 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1189 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1190 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1191 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1192 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1193 106-05103-0048 CAP CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1194 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
c 1195 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1196 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1197 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1198 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1199 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1200 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1201 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1202 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1203 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1204 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1205 106-05682-0046 CAP CH 6.8KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1206 096-01186-0030 CAP 1UF 35V 10% EA 1.00
c 1207 106-05221-0057 CAP CH220PFX7R/100 EA 1.00
c 1208 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1209 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1210 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1211 096-01186-0086 CAP 10UF 35V 20% EA 1.00
c 1212 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
c 1213 096-01186-0012 CAP 1.0UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
c 1214 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
c 1215 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
CJ 1003 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1004 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1005 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
CJ 1006 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
CJ 1007 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1008 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1009 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1010 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
CJ 1011 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
CJ 1012 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1016 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1017 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1018 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1019 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1020 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
CJ 1021 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
CJ 1022 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
CR 1001 007-06180-0000 DIO SW MMBD6050 EA 1.00
CR 1002 007-06398-0000 DIO DUAL SCHOTTKY EA 1.00
CR 1005 007-06223-0000 DIO DA204K EA 1.00
CR 1006 007-05051-0001 D10 Z 1N821A EA 1.00
CR 1008 007-06223-0000 D10 DA204K EA 1.00
CR 1009 007-05051-0001 010 Z 1N821A EA 1.00
CR 1011 007-05117-0012 DIO Z 10V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1012 007-06180-0000 DIO SW MMBD6050 EA 1.00
CR 1013 195-00105-0000 DIODE OPTIONS EA 1.00
CR 1014 195-00105-0000 0 I ODE OPTIONS EA 1.00
CR 1015 007-05117-0007 010 Z 6.2V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1016 007-05117-0007 DIO Z 6.2V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1017 007-06223-0000 010 DA204K EA 1.00
CR 1018 007-06177-0000 SMD DIO SI MMBD914 EA 1.00
CR 1019 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00

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CR 1020 007-06223-0000 DIO DA204K EA 1.00
CR 1021 007-06180-0000 DIO SW MMBD6050 EA 1.00
CR 1022 007-06177-0000 SMD DIO SI MMBD914 EA 1.00
CR 1023 oo7-061n-oooo SMD DIO SI MMBD914 EA 1.00
CR 1024 oo7-061n-oooo SMD DIO SI MMBD914 EA 1.00
CR 1025 007-06177-0000 SMD D-IO SI MMBD914 EA 1.00
CR 1026 007-05117-0011 DIO Z 9.1V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1027 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V ** 1.00
CR 1028 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V ** 1.00
CR 1029 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V ** 1.00
CR 1030 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V ** 1.00
CR 1032 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V EA 1.00
CR 1033 007-06223-0000 DIO DA204K EA 1.00
CR 1034 007-06129-0000 DIO S HV VAR223-40 EA 1.00
CR 1035 007-06105-0000 DIO HV FDH444 EA 1.00
CR 1036 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00
CR 1037 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1038 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1039 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1040 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1041 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1042 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1043 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1044 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1045 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1046 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1052 007-06180-0000 DIO SW MMBD6050 EA 1.00
CR 1053 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00
CR 1054 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V ** 1.00

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CR
CR
1055
1056
1057
007-05241-0002
007-06180-0000
007-05011-0000
TRNSRB 150W 40V
DIO SW MMBD6050
DIO Z 6.2V 1W 5%
EA
EA
EA
1.00
1.00
1.00
CR 1058 007-06180-0000 DIO SW MMBD6050 EA 1.00
CR 1060 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1061 007-06417-0000 DIODE SHOTTKY EA 1.00
CR 1063 007-05117-0017 DIO Z 16V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1064 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00
CR 1065 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00
CR 1066 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V EA 1.00
CR 1067 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V EA 1.00
CR 1068 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00
CR 1069 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V EA 1.00
CR 1070 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.po
CR 1071 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1072 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1073 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1074 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1075 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1076 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 10n 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1078 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1079 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1080 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1081 007-05241-0203 TRNSRB 1500W 15V EA 1.00
CR 1082 007-05241-0203 TRNSRB 1500W 15V EA 1.00
CR 1083 007-05241-0203 TRNSRB 1500W 15V EA 1.00
CR 1084 007-05241-0203 TRNSRB 1500W 15V EA 1.00
CR 1085 007-05241-0205 TRNSRB 1500W 24V EA 1.00
CR 1086 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
CR 1087 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00
CR 1088 007-05117-0007 DIO Z 6.2V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1089 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V EA 1.00
CR 1090 007-06227-0000 SOT23 010 MMBD6100 EA 1.00

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007-05241-0002
------- ----------------
TRNSRB 150W 40V EA 1.00
CR 1092 007-05241-0002 TRNSRB 150W 40V EA 1.00
CR 1093 007-05241-0203 TRNSRB 1500W 15V EA 1.00
CR 1094 007-05241-0203 TRNSRB 1500W 15V EA 1.00
CR 1095 007-05241-0205 TRNSRB 1500W 24V EA 1.00
CR 1096 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1097 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR 1098 007-06181-0000 DIO DUAL MMBD2835 EA 1.00
CR 1099 007-05117-0016 010 Z 15V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1100 007-05117-0016 DIO Z 15V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1101 007-05241-0205 TRNSRB 1500W 24V EA 1.00
CR 1102 007-05241-0205 TRNSRB 1500W 24V EA 1.00
CR 1103 007-05241-0205 TRNSRB 1500W 24V EA 1.00
CR 1104 007-06227-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD6100 EA 1.00
CR 1105 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1106 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1107 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1108 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1109 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1110 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1111 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1112 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1113 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
CR 1114 007-05117-0024 DIO Z 33V SOT EA 1.00
OS 1001 037-00034-0002 LMP 8098 T1 14V EA 1.00
F 1001 036-00147-0010 SLO-BLO MINI FUSE EA 1.00
I 1001 120-02513-0000 16 BIT VPROCESSOR EA 1.00
I 1002 124-00573-0003 74HCT573 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1003 124-00573-0003 74HCT573 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1004 124-00573-0003 74HCT573 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1005 124-00245-0002 74HCT245D SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1006 124-00245-0002 74HCT245D SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1007 120-02363-0010 32KX8 RAM 100NS SO EA 1.00
I 1008 120-02363-0008 32K X 8 STATIC RAM EA 1.00
I 1009 120-02363-0010 32KX8 RAM 100NS SO EA 1.00
I 1010 120-02363-0008 32K X 8 STATIC RAM EA 1.00
I 1011 123-00541-0003 IC MOS 74HC541 EA 1.00
I 1012 124-00541-0003 74HCT541 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1013 124-00574-0003 IC 74HCT574 EA 1.00
I 1015 120-03103-0000 IC MC1503U EA 1.00
I 1016 122-30047-0000 KLN90 MAIN BD PLD A RF X.
I 1017 999-09999-0090 REF SFTWARE SET RF X.
I 1018 999-09999-0090 REF SFTWARE SET RF X.
I 1019 124-00032-0003 IC 74HCT32 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1020 124-00004-0003 IC 74HCT04 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1021 123-00008-0003 74HC08 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1022 123-00157-0003 74HC157 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1023 123-00157-0003 74HC157 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1024 123-00157-0003 74HC157 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1025 123-04040-0003 74HC4040 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1026 124-00244-0003 IC 74HCT244 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1027 123-00074-0003 IC 74HC74 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1028 123-00166-0003 74HC166 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1029 123-00393-0003 74HC393 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1030 123-00021-0003 74HC21 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1031 124-00010-0003 74HCT10 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1032 123-00390-0003 IC 74HC390 S01C EA 1.00
I 1033 123-04049-0003 74HC4049 (SO) EA 1.00
I 1034 120-02233-0001 IC DS0026CJ EA 1.00
I 1035 124-00174-0003 IC 74HCT174 SO PKG EA 1.00
I 1036 124-00032-0003 IC 74HCT32 SO PKG EA 1.00

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------- --·-----
124-00004-0003 IC 74HCT04 SO PKG
---------------
EA 1.00
1039 123-00541-0003 IC MOS 74HC541 EA 1.00
1040 123-00541-0003 IC MOS 74HC541 EA 1.00
1041 123-00563-0003 74HC563 (SO PKG) EA 1.00
1042 120-02373-0000 DUAL CHANNEL UART EA 1.00
1043 120-06256-0003 CMOS 232 DRVR/RCVR EA 1.00
1044 120-02462-0000 CMOS REAL TIME CLK EA 1.00
10.45 120-02434-0003 256BIT EEPROM CMOS EA 1.00
1046 120-03127-0011 IC LM2903 SO PKG EA 1.00
1047 120-03174-0014 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
1048 120-03174-0014 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
1049 120-03127-0011 IC LM2903 SO PKG EA 1.00
1050 120-03114-0001 IC TDA-2030V EA 1.00
1051 120-03174-0014 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
1052 120-03174-0014 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
1053 120-03174-0012 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
1054 120-06129-0009 6264-15 8K X 8 RAM EA 1.00
1060 120-08030-0002 ARINC 429 LSI SO EA 1.00
1061 124-00574-0003 IC 74HCT574 EA 1.00
1062 120-02456-0000 82050 UART EA 1.00
1063 123-00005-0003 74HC05 {SO PKG) EA 1.00
1064 120-03163-0001 LM2901 S0-14 COMP EA 1.00
1065 120-03196-0000 IC LM2902D EA 1.00
J 1002 030-03045-0000 IC CARD HDR 60 POS EA 1.00
J 1003 030-02174-0004 PIN CONTACT EA 5.00
J 1004 030-02174-0004 PIN CONTACT EA 9.00
J 1006 030-03112-0020 CONN .050 MALE EA 1.00
J 1009 030-02174-0004 PIN CONTACT EA 13.00
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J
1011
1015
1901
030-02174-0004 PIN CONTACT
030-03112-0020 CONN .050 MALE
030-02350-0064 CONN SUB-0 PC SOP
EA 15.00
EA 1.00
EA 1.00
L 1001 019-02687-0001 PWR FILTER CHOKES EA 1.00
L 1002 019-02687-0001 PWR FILTER CHOKES EA 1.00
L 1003 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1004 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1005 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1006 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1007 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1008 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1009 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1010 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1011 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1012 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1013 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1014 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1015 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1016 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1017 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1018 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1019 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1020 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1021 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1022 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1023 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1024 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1025 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1026 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1027 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1028 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1029 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1030 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00

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L 1031 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1032 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1033 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1034 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1035 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1036 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1037 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1038 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1039 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1040 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1041 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1042 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1043 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1044 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1045 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1046 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1047 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1048 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1049 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1050 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1051 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
L 1052 013-00050-0001 FERRITE BEAD .135 EA 1.00
Q 1001 007-00933-0000 MMBT2369 EA 1.00
Q 1002 007-00933-0000 MMBT2369 EA 1.00
Q 1003 007-00468-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT2222A EA 1.00
Q 1004 007-00219-0000 XSTR S NPN TIP120 EA 1.00
Q 1005 007-00218-0000 XSTR S PNP TIP125 EA 1.00
Q 1006 007-00902-0000 IRFF330 HEXFET EA 1.00
Q 1007 007-00829-0000 XSTR FET VP1310N3 EA 1.00
Q 1008 007-00830-0000 XSTR FET VN1310N3 EA 1.00
Q 1009 007-01021-0000 MOSFET P-CH 200V EA 1.00 )
Q 1010 007-00497-0010 XSTR 2N3501JAN EA 1.00
Q 1011 007-00497-0010 XSTR 2N3501JAN EA 1.00
Q 1012 007-00530-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT3904 EA 1.00
Q 1013 007-00530-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT3904 EA 1.00
Q 1014 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1015 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1016 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1017 007-00530-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT3904 EA 1.00
Q 1018 007-00530-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT3904 EA 1.00
Q 1019 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1020 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1021 007-00530-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT3904 EA 1.00
Q 1022 007-00530-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT3904 EA 1.00
Q 1023 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1024 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1025 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1026 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1027 007-00905-0000 IRFR111 HEXFET EA 1.00
Q 1028 007-00905-0000 IRFR111 HEXFET EA 1.00
Q 1029 007-00905-0000 IRFR111 HEXFET EA 1.00
Q 1030 007-00905-0000 IRFR111 HEXFET EA 1.00
Q 1032 007-00904-0000 IRF9010 HEXFET EA 1.00
Q 1033 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1034 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1035 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1036 007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST EA 1.00
Q 1037 007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST EA 1.00
Q 1038 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q 1039 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q 1040 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q 1041 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q 1042 007-00610-0000 XSTR NPN MJE200 EA 1.00

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1043
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007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST
----------------
Q EA 1.00
Q 1044 007-00802-0000 IRF 640 EA 1.00
Q 1045 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1046 007-00497-0010 XSTR 2N3501JAN EA 1.00
Q 1047 007-00905-0000 IRFR111 HEXFET EA 1.00
Q 1050 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q 1051 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1052 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q 1053 007-00468-0001 XSTR NPN MMBT2222A EA 1.00
Q 1054 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1055 007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST EA 1.00
Q 1056 007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST EA 1.00
Q 1057 007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST EA 1.00
Q 1058 007-00383-0004 SOT-23 2N2222A XST EA 1.00
Q 1059 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1060 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1061 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1062 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1063 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1064 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1065 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1066 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1067 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1068 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1069 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1070 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1071 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1072 007-00261-0003 XSTR 2N2907A (SOT) EA 1.00
Q 1074 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
Q 1075 007-00610-0000 XSTR NPN MJE200 EA 1.00
") Q
Q
1076
1077
1078
007-00903-0000
007-00903-0000
007-00261-0003
2N7002 MOSFET
2N7002 MOSFET
XSTR 2N2907A (SOT)
EA
EA
1.00
1.00
Q EA 1.00
Q 1079 007-00903-0000 2N7002 MOSFET EA 1.00
R 1001 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1002 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1003 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1004 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1005 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1006 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1007 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1008 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1009 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1011 139-01021-0000 RESCH 1.02K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1012 139-01181-0000 RES CHIP 1.18KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1013 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1014 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
R 1015 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1016 130-05334-0023 RES CHIP 330KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1017 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1018 130-05511-0023 RES CHIP 510 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1019 130-05102-0033 RES CHIP 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1020 139-01622-0000 RES CH 16.2K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1021 139-02432-0000 RES CH 24.3K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1022 139-09091-0000 RES CH 9.09K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1023 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1024 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1025 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1026 139-07500-0000 RES CHIP 750 EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1027 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1028 139-01501-0000 RESCH 1.5K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1029 139-03011-0000 RES CH 3.01K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1030 130-05511-0023 RES CHIP 510 EW 5% EA 1.00

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R 1031 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1032 139-01000-0000 RES CHIP 100 EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1033 130-05010-0023 RESCH 1.0 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1034 136-00010-0072 RES PF 1 QW 1% EA 1.00
R 1035 130-05102-0033 RES CHIP 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1036 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1037 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1039 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1040 130-05474-0023 RES CHIP 470KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1041 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1042 130-05474-0023 RES CHIP 470KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1043 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1044 130-05101-0023 RES CH 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1045 130-05474-0023 RES CHIP 470KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1046 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1047 130-05474-0023 RES CHIP 470KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1048 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1049 130-05221-0023 RES CHIP 220 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1050 132-00005-0000 RES WW 3.3 3W 10% EA 1.00
R 1051 130-05102-0033 RES CHIP 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1052 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1053 130-05102-0033 RES CHIP 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1054 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1055 139-01782-0000 RES CHIP 17.8KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1056 130-05123-0023 RES CHIP 12K5%EW EA 1.00
R 1057 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1058 130-05123-0023 RES CHIP 12K5%EW EA 1.00
R 1059 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1060 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1061 130-05222-0023 RES CHIP 2.2KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1062 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1063 130-05222-0023 RES CHIP 2.2KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1064 130-05123-0023 RES CHIP 12K5%EW EA 1.00
R 1065 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1066 130-05123-0023 RES CHIP 12K5roEW EA 1.00
R 1067 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1068 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1069 130-05222-0023 RES CHIP 2.2KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1070 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1071 130-05222-0023 RES CHIP 2.2KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1072 130-05123-0023 RES CHIP 12K5roEW EA 1.00
R 1073 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1074 130-05123-0023 RES CHIP 12K5roEW EA 1.00
R 1075 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1076 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1077 130-05222-0023 RES CHIP 2.2KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1078 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1079 130-05222-0023 RES CHIP 2.2KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1080 130-05621-0033 RES CHIP 620 QW EA 1.00
R 1081 130-05202-0023 RES CHIP 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1082 130-05202-0023 RES CHIP 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1083 130-05202-0023 RES CHIP 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1084 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1085 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1086 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1092 130-05133-0033 RES CH 13K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1093 130-05203-0033 RES CH 20K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1094 130-05203-0033 RES CH 20K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1095 130-05133-0033 RES CH 13K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1096 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1097 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1098 130-05152-0023 RES CHIP 1.5KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1099 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1100 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00

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1101
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139-00309-0000 RES CH 30.9 EW
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1% EA 1.00
1102 130-05753-0023 RES CHIP 75KEW 5% EA 1.00
1103 130-05753-0023 RES CHIP 75KEW 5% EA 1.00
1104 139-05761-0000 RESCH 5.76K EW 1% EA 1.00
1105 139-01212-0000 RES CHIP 12.1K1r~w EA 1.00
1106 139-09090-0000 RES CHIP 909 EW 1% EA 1.00
1107 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA 1.00
1108 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
1109 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
1110 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
1111 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
1112 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
1113 139-02102-0000 RES CHIP 21K EW 1% EA 1.00
1114 139-02102-0000 RES CHIP 21K EW 1% EA 1.00
1115 139-02102-0000 RES CHIP 21K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1116 139-02212-0000 RES CHIP 22.1KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1117 139-02102-0000 RES CHIP 21K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1118 139-02212-0000 RES CHIP 22.1KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1119 139-02212-0000 RES CHIP 22.1KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1120 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1121 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1122 139-02212-0000 RES CHIP 22.1KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1123 130-05330-0033 RES CHIP 33 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1124 130-05360-0033 RES CHIP 36 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1125 130-05360-0033 RES CHIP 36 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1126 130-05330-0033 RES CHIP 33 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1127 130-05684-0023 RES CHIP 680KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1128 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1129 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1130 130-05123-0023 RES CHIP 12K5%EW EA 1.00
R 1131 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
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R
1132
1133
130-05123-0023
130-05104-0023
RES CHIP 12K5%EW
RES CH 100K EW 5%
EA
EA
1.00
1.00
R 1134 130-05333-0023 RES CHIP 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1135 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1136 139-01243-0000 RES CH 124K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1137 133-00560-0011 RES VA SMD 50K QW EA 1.00
R 1138 130-05475-0023 RES CH 4.7M EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1139 132-00116-0015 RES WW .75 3W 10% EA 1.00
R 1140 130-05162-0033 RESCH 1.6K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1141 130-05181-0023 RES CHIP 180 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1142 133-00559-0000 HV TRIM POT 2.5M EA 1.00
R 1143 133-00560-0011 RES VA SMD 50K QW EA 1.00
R 1144 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1145 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
R 1146 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1147 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1148 139-02001-0000 RES CHIP 2K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1149 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1150 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
R 1151 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1152 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1153 130-05361-0023 RES CHIP 360 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1154 130-05131-0023 RES CH 130 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1157 130-05101-0023 RES CH 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1158 139-07503-0000 RES CHIP 750KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1159 130-05471-0033 RES CHIP 470 QW5% EA 1.00
R 1160 139-01503-0000 RES CHIP 150KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1161 139-03013-0000 RES CHIP 301K EW1% EA 1.00
R 1162 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1163 139-07503-0000 RES CHIP 750KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1164 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1165 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00

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R 1166 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1167 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1168 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1169 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1170 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1171 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1172 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1173 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1174 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1175 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1176 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1177 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1178 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1179 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1180 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1182 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1183 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1184 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1186 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1187 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1188 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1189 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1190 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1191 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1192 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1193 133-00560-0010 RES VA SMD 20K QW EA 1.00
R 1194 133-00560-0010 RES VA SMD 20K QW EA 1.00
R 1195 133-00560-0009 RES VA SMD 10K QW EA 1.00
R 1196 133-00560-0009 RES VA SMD 10K QW EA 1.00
R 1197 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1198 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1199 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1200 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1201 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1202 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1203 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1204 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1205 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1208 132-00107-0059 RES WW 130 3.25W5% EA 1.00
R 1209 130-05300-0023 RES CHIP 30 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1210 130-05473-0033 RES CH 47K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1211 130-05360-0023 RES CHIP 36.0EW5% EA 1.00
R 1212 130-05474-0023 RES CHIP 470KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1213 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1214 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1215 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1216 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1217 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1218 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1219 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1220 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1221 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1222 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1223 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1224 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1225 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1226 130-05512-0033 RESCH 5.1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1227 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1228 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1229 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1230 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1231 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1232 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00

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R 1233
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130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5%
----------------
EA 1.00
R 1234 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1235 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1236 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1238 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1239 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1240 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1241 139-05621-0000 RES CHIP 5.62KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1242 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1243 130-05432-0023 RES CHIP 4.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1244 130-05432-0023 RES CHIP 4.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1245 130-05432-0023 RES CHIP 4.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1246 130-05432-0023 RES CHIP 4.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1247 130-05103-0033 RES CH 10K QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1248 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1250 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1251 139-01301-0000 RESCH 1.30K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1252 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1253 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1254 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1255 139-01301-0000 RESCH 1.30K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1256 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1257 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1258 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1259 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1260 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1261 130-05018-0043 RES CH 1.8 HW 5% EA 1.00
R 1262 130-05018-0043 RESCH 1.8 HW 5% EA 1.00
R 1263 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1264 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA 1.00
~-) R 1265 139-01301-0000 RES CH 1.30K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1266 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1267 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1268 139-01301-0000 RES CH 1.30K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1269 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1270 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1271 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1272 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1273 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1274 130-05018-0043 RES CH 1.8 HW 5% EA 1.00
R 1275 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1276 130-05018-0043 RES CH 1.8 HW 5% EA 1.00
R 12n 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1278 130-05200-0033 RES CH 20 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1279 130-05200-0033 RES CH 20 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1280 130-05200-0033 RES CH 20 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1281 130-05101-0023 RES CH 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1282 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1283 130-05018-0043 RES CH 1.8 HW 5% EA 1.00
R 1284 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1285 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1286 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1287 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1288 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1290 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1291 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1292 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1293 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1294 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1295 139-08872-0000 RESCH 88.7K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1296 130-05101-0023 RES CH 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1298 139-02322-0000 RES CH 23.2K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1300 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0001


------- - ------ - ----------------
R 1301 130-05018-0043 RESCH 1.8 HW 5% EA 1.00
R 1303 130-05200-0033 RES CH 20 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1304 130-05200-0033 RES CH 20 QW 5% EA 1.00
R 1305 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1306 139-06492-0000 RES CH 64.9K EW 1% EA 1.00
R 1307 130-05471-0023 RES CHIP 470EW5% EA 1.00
R 1308 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1309 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1310 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA 1.00
R 1311 130-05101-0023 RES CH 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1312 130-05912-0023 RES CHIP 9.1K5r~W EA 1.00
R 1313 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1314 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1315 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R 1316 130-05473-0023 RES CHIP 47KEW5% EA 1.00
R 1317 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
SK 1001 033-00092-0017 IC DIP SCKT 40C EA 1.00
SK 1002 033-00092-0017 IC DIP SCKT 40C EA 1.00
T 1001 999-09999-0096 RESERVED RF X.
T 1002 999-09999-0096 RESERVED RF X.
TP 1001 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1002 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1003 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1004 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1005 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1006 999-09999-0098 NOT USED RF X.
TP 1007 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1008 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1010 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1011 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1012 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1013 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1014 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1015 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP 1016 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
y 1001 044-00313-0000 XTAL 20MHZ (20PF) EA 1.00
y 1002 044-00307-0000 32.768KHZ CRYS OSC EA 1.00
y 1003 044-00285-0000 CRYSTAL 36864 MHZ EA 1.00
y 1004 044-00312-0000 XTAL 18.432MHZ EA 1.00

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206-00207-1101 KLN90A PROG BO SET R: 0


SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 1101
---------------
057-05287-1101 SFT\./R ID TAG
-- -- -
EA 1.00
----------------
205-00676-0020 GPS RCVR BD PRG A EA 1.00
205-00677-0020 KLN90A MAIN BD PRG A EA 1.00
REF 100 000-00821-1101 KLN90A PROO STRUCT A RF X.
205-00677-0020 KLN90A MAIN BD PRG R: 0
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0020
--------------- ---------------
057-05252-0677 JOT 205-00677·0000 EA 1.00
057-05335-0020 DECAL 205 DASH 20 EA 1.00
125-00719-0020 KLN90A HOST PROG A EA 1.00
200-08459-0001 KLN90 MAIN BD A EA 1.00
REF 300-08459-0000 MAIN BD ASSY RF X.

125-00719-0000 KLN 90 HOST PROG R: 0


SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0000
-------------------
1017 KLN90 MAIN BD HI
---------------
I 122-01394-0000 A EA 1.00
I 1018 122-01395-0000 KLN90 MAIN BD LO A EA 1.00

~) REF 300-08459-0000 MAIN BD ASSY RF X.


122-01394-0000 KLN90 MAIN BD HI R:
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0000
- - - - - - - - - - - - - -------- ---------------
120-02463-0000 128K X 16 EPROM EA 1.00
722-49001-0000 KLN90 2 CHIP IMAGE EA 1.00
122-01395-0000 KLN90 MAIN BD LO R:
SYMBOL PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A UM 0000
--------------- ---------------
120-02463-0000 128K X 16 EPROM EA 1.00
722-49001-0000 KLN90 2 CHIP IMAGE EA 1.00

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NOTE• RDD 500 TO RLL 2 DIGIT REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.


I.E. Cl ~ C501
ADD 5000 TO ALL 3 DIGIT REFERENCE DESIGNATORS.
I.E. Clll = C5111

NOTES•
l • "RIOR TO POST COATING BOTH SIDES OF ? . C. BOARD

0 0~ : (d
C29 Ll-4 SHIELD MOUNTING ~REAS WiiH KPN 016-01040-0000, MASK OFF THE FOLLOWING;
0 c.;.-..;:/ SEE NOTE l AC.L MOUNTING AREAS, Jl, J2, ONLY TP16, TPl/, TP1, TP14,
TP15, ALL SHIELD MOUNTING TASS AND HOLES, SOCKETS FOR
NH9
!X)D
rJ m
·~
!23 AND I28, THE ADJUSTMENT HOLE IN U3 CIF INSTALLED l,

a~
047-10123-0006 R50, R5l, Tl, L7, Ll7, 8PFl, 8PF2, ~ND 8PF4.

" C26
f:JD 2. DO NOT INSTALL J 1 PIN S, IT IS USED AS A KEY.

3. SOME PARTS NOT USED. REFER TO 200-08460-0000.

4. REFER TO 195-00142-0000 FOR SELECTION OF U2 OR U3.

5. APPLY A SMALL DOT OF LOCTITE 425 ( KPN 016-01412-0 000 J


TO EACH OF THE THREE TUNING CORE TO METAL HOUSING
TRANSITIONS.
0
0
L17
U2

TP~
6. APPLY A SMALL DOT OF LOCTITE 220 <KPN 016-01411-0000 l
TO EACH OF THE THREE TUNING CORE TO HErAL HOUSING
009-08460-0000
CNEARSIDE VIEW l TRANSITIONS.
RlDO
D
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SHALL BE SOLDERED SUCH THAT THE SOLDER WICKS AROUND
THE ENTIRE SPACER PERIPHERY TO THE BOARD ·s PLATED
HOLE.
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